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- Recipe for an: English Sweet Stout
September 15, 2004, 7:27 am
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Re: Recipe for an: English Sweet Stout
A place in San Luis Obispo CA sells a Sweet Stout kit consisting of:
7.5 lb. dark malt syrup
1 lb. dark dry malt
12 oz. roast barley
8 oz. Barley flakes
2 oz. Bullion hops (60 minutes)
1/2 oz. Kent Golding hops (5 minutes)
Best yeast: Irish, English, or California Ale
3/4 cup cornsugar or 1 1/4 cup dry malt (added at bottling).
1 Steep grains in 150 degree water for 30 minutes, remove and discard
2 Add malt extract to water (to avoid scorching, turn off flame until
malt is mixed into the water).
Bring to boil watching out for boil over.
3 Add bittering hops (the first addition of hops) and start your 60
4 If there are flavoring hops, add them according to times listed in
recipe. (times refer to total time in boil.
For example 60 min. hops would ramain in for entire boil. 30 min. hops
would be added for the last 30 min. of the boil and 5 min. hops would
be added 5 min. before the end of the boil)
5 Transfer to fermenter and pitch yeast once temperature of wort is 80
degrees or less.
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