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    Fermentables

    40% - Maillard Malts Gold Malt Extract
    20% - Dry Malt Extract - Light - US
    13% - CaraMunich - BE
    7% - Flaked Oats - US
    3% - Caramel/Crystal 40 - US
    3% - Honey Malt - CA
    3% - Black Malt - US
    2% - Chocolate Malt - US
    2% - Roasted Barley - US
    7% - Molasses - US

    Hops

    Willamette
    19.2
    Willamette
    9.9

    Yeast

    White Labs Irish Ale WLP004
    White Labs Irish Ale WLP004

    Other Stuff

    Molasses
    Cocoa Powder (10min Boil)
    Raisins
    Vanilla Bean
    Cinnamon

    Mash Steps

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of Oatmeal Raisin Cookie
    Eisbock
    • 5.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
    • 3.50 Gallons Liters Boil Size
    • 60  min Boil Time
    • 1.094 OG
    • 1.023 FG
    • 29.1 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
    • 0.31 BG:GU
    • 44.5° SRM Color
    • 75% Efficiency
    • 9.2% ABV Alcohol
    • 328 per 12oz Calories

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