Oatmeal Stout Recipe - Oatmeal Stout - White Haus Brews

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Oatmeal Stout - White Haus Brews

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All Grain
5 Gallon(s)
6.5 Gallon(s)
60 min
70%
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Still deciding between: Overnight vs normal mash Cold steep vs mash dark malts Steep debate: brulosophy.com/2017/12/04/roasted-grains-pt-4-cold-steeping-vs-full-mash-exbeeriment-results/ homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/cold-steeping-getting-the-most-out-of-dark-grains/ Hop selection (current columbus & fuggles vs 2oz goldings 60 min) Fuggles, Cascade, Goldings, Northern Brewer, and Columbus hops for bittering. Hop flavor and aroma are usually minimal or nonexistent Inspiration found here: beerandbrewing.com/make-your-best-oatmeal-stout homebrewersassociation.org/homebrew-recipe/robs-oatmeal-stout-2/ Plan: Day Before - Steep pale chocolate and midnight wheat (1.5lb/3qt cold water) Overnight Mash BIAB - 6.5gal; Strike 158; Mash 151; wrap and cover Brew day - Remove (and squeeze?) bag; bring to boil; add Columbus and start 60 min; add fuggles and strained steep at 10min; cool wort; pitch yeast After

Fermentables

% lb fermentable ppg   L   usage  
54% 6.5 Maris Otter Pale - UK 38
Mash
12% 1.5 Munich - Light 10L - US 35
10°
Mash
8% 1 Flaked Oats - US 37
Mash
8% 1 Victory Malt - US 34
28°
Mash
4% 0.5 Crystal 45L - UK 34
45°
Mash
8% 1 Pale Chocolate - UK 32
200°
Mash
4% 0.5 Midnight Wheat - US 32
549°
Mash
12 lb

Hops

oz variety type usage time AA   IBU  
0.5 Columbus Pellet Boil 60 minutes 15.0 25.8
0.5 Fuggles Pellet Boil 10 minutes 4.8 3.0
0.5 Fuggles Pellet Dry Hop 4 days 4.8 0.0
1.5 oz IBUs calculated using the Tinseth formula

Yeast

name attenuation  
Wyeast London Ale III 1318 74%
 

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Brewdog333
Brewdog333Want to get the most out of your grains? Heat water to 170, put grains in and let it sit overnight. Run the water out and batch sparge with 170 degree water. Don't know what system you have, but this will take all the steps you need for maximum saccrification of your mash. Cheers!
4/12/2018 1:58 PM
WhiteHausBrews
WhiteHausBrewsI had read about overnight mashing although I haven't tried it yet. So far I'm only 2 brews in and have only done extract with specialty grains so far. My next move will be going BIAB which I'm planning on doing with my next batch (probably this recipe). Thanks for the tip I'll see what ends up working out as I plan my next brew day. Cheers :-)
4/18/2018 2:24 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333Major tip for BIAB. After soaking grains for an hour, do NOT squeeze bag. Just pour spare water over it if you sparge at all. Sqeezing will release tannins in your brew and give it off flavors. I did many BIAB's and made some damn good beer. Now I converted a Coleman cooler into a mash-tun. No more bags. Again, cheers!
4/18/2018 6:16 AM
WhiteHausBrews
WhiteHausBrewsI've heard lots of conflicting info about that with some people saying never squeeze and others saying it's a myth and tannin release being more a factor of pH and less of the squeeze. Thanks for sharing your experience, much to think about!
4/20/2018 7:09 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333My brewing buddy squeezed the bag once, and the beer was off flavored when done. Experience passed on to me. Also never use water over 170 during any part of the mash process for the same reason. I do love a good oatmeal stout so let me know how it comes out
4/22/2018 5:59 AM
Brewdog333
Brewdog333oops. computer glitch
4/22/2018 6:01 AM
WhiteHausBrews
WhiteHausBrewsNo worries. Thanks for your advice I'll let you know how it turns out. I might be brewing it in a few weeks :-)
4/23/2018 7:44 AM

Recipe Facts

Oatmeal Stout - White Haus Brews
Oatmeal Stout
5.00 Gallons Liters
6.50 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
1.061
1.016
38.7° SRM
70%
28.8 IBU (tinseth)
0.47
5.8% ABV
206 per 12oz
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