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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimmyjack, 15/12/07.

 

  1. Ronwales

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    Posted 29/7/18
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    Posted 30/7/18
    Does the coconut come through? I will be making a coconut stout taken from the Damn good stout recipe thread.
    Coconut Stout recipe I came across.
    INGREDIENTS
    • For 10 gallons (37.85 L)
    • 9 lb. (4.08 kg) Golden Promise malt
    • 3 lb. (1.36 kg) flaked barley
    • 1.75 lb. (0.79 kg) pale chocolate malt
    • 1.75 lb. (0.79 kg) roast barley
    • 1 lb. (0.45 kg) crystal 60°L malt
    • 1 lb. (0.45 kg) crystal 120°L malt
    • 12 oz. (0.34 kg) Victory malt
    • rice hulls to prevent stuck mash
    • 1 oz. (28 g) Magnum pellet hops, 14.7% a.a. (60 min)
    • 3 lb. (1.36 kg) lactose (10 min)
    • WLP028 Edinburgh Ale or Wyeast 1728 Scottish Ale yeast
    • 12 oz. (0.34 kg) toasted organic (not sweetened) raw coconut
    • 2 oz. (57 g) toasted raw almonds
    SPECIFICATIONS
    • Original Gravity: 1.058
    • Final Gravity: 1.036
    • IBU: 28
    DIRECTIONS
    Mash at 156° F (69° C) for 60 minutes.

    Ferment at 68° F (20° C).

    In secondary fermenter or keg (in muslin bag) add 12 oz. (0.34 kg) toasted organic (not sweetened) raw coconut and 2 oz. (57 g) toasted raw almonds. Soak for 3 days.

    Force carbonate with 2 volumes (4 g/L) CO2.
     
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    Yes it did tasted absolutely beautiful. I added 300gms roasted coconut shavings in the boil and 300gms in for the dry hop for 4 days. Wasn't over powering but just enough.
     
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    That recipe looks good by the way
     
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    Warm, uncarbonated, Flanders Red style red sour barrel aged (then kegged for storage) beer is tasting pretty on point!
    Not only is it super convenient to drink this way, I have also found that I prefer the texture, subtle lactic/acetic balanced acidity, and most importantly the flavour profile is more complex across the palate when drinking uncarbonated. Read; carbonic bite destroys a bunch of positive flavours in this style.
    I usually force carb, and I respect that bottle carb definitely has some merit. I am also pretty lazy too.
     

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    Posted 8/9/18
    File 8-9-18, 7 40 16 pm.jpeg A Kilkenny style Irish red.One of my nicest brews to date. I'd love to serve this with nitro to get the best out of it.

    My journey and learning from bottled k&b brews to kegging and AG continues.

    Thanks to those with knowledge and skills and who are prepared to share.
    To the trolls and argumentative nay sayers, may you have your testicles dunked in boiling oil.
     
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    Posted 28/9/18
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    Fullers ESB clone brewed 17 June tasting real good, only regret is I wish I hadn't drank so many until now.
     
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    Posted 21/12/18
    Another English bitter made this one 3 times now, can't remember who put the recipe up for the London Pride, whoever it was. Cheers.
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    Posted 21/12/18
    Looks the goods, great colour, but I think your beer is drunk, it seems to be having a hard time focussing! ;P
     
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    Posted 21/12/18
    Yes, I think it moved.
     
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    Posted 21/12/18
    Hey WEAL looks good, can you link the recipe.
    Cheers
     
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    It was from the Graham wheeler book which some one put a photo up of the page, if I cant find it on here I will post it up.
     
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    Posted 21/12/18
    Fullers London Pride
    I think this recipe originally came from Graham Wheelers book but am not sure . The only problem that I have with this recipe is that it requires 4 different types of hops, which can work out very expensive if you have to purchase them in 100g packs. Although this recipe will make a good beer whatever yeast that you use, if you want to get close to London Pride you will need to use the correct liquid yeast. This is a good example of a beer that really shines when brewed with liquid yeasts.

    Recipe Measure Measure
    Brew Length 38L 23L [​IMG]
    Pale Malt 6195g 3750g
    Crystal Malt 619g 375g
    Challenger Hops (Start of Boil) 11g 7g
    Northdown Hops (Start of Boil) 13g 8g
    Target Hops (Start of Boil) 19g 12g
    Goldings Hops (Last 10 Min) 16g 10g
    Protofloc (Last 10 Min) 1 Tab 1/2 Tab
    Yeast Wyeast 1968 ESB is supposed to be the actual Fuller strain or S-04 or White Labs #WLP002
    Mash Liquor 17 Litres 10.3 Litres
    Strike Temperature 72C
    Mash Temperature 66C
    Mash Time 1 Hour 30 Minutes
    Sparge Temperature 77C
    Mash Efficiency (estimated) 75%
    Boil Time 1 Hour 30 Minutes
    Fermentation Temperature 20C
    Expected OG 1040
    Expected FG 1010
     
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    Posted 22/12/18
    This from 2nd Jan 2018 photo of recipe taken by their 'Wort maker'. London Pride (LP) is made on second runnings (Partigayle. ESB > LP > LP > CB ).



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    Posted 22/12/18
    For me I am a sucker for anything with Target or Pilgrim hops, I try not to be but do end up slightly heavy handed with them.
     
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    Thanks WEAL
    Much appreciated.
     
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    All part of the service.:)
    No more brewing for me until 2019, 2 cubes and a few bottles. Starting to look a lot like Christmas.
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    Posted 25/4/19
    My IIPA featuring 1.8kg of fresh Hallertau from my mates backyard. Came out an absolute treat, the best beer I've brewed since my very first AG brew (which I've never been able to replicate)..

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    I used Citra at FWH, then spread the 1.8kg of Hallertau over the late boil and whirlpool. It then got a small cube hop with some amarillo and centennial and a dry hop with some more amarillo, centennial, idaho 7 and just a touch of galaxy. I didn't want to overpower the hallertau, just layer on top of it and add a little more dimension to it's earthy/spicy backbone. At 8.4% I've had to resort to bottling up for friends, I can't smash a whole keg of this before I disappear to the US in a couple weeks..



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    Stout night for me,not cold, just a nice drinking temperature.
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