Foreign Extra Stout Recipe - JO nummer 4 28L - orginal

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JO nummer 4 28L - orginal

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All Grain
28 Liter(s)
32 Liter(s)
90 min
70%
All Grain Foreign Extra Stout homebrew recipe. This homebrew recipe uses the following ingredients: Munich - UK, Dry Malt Extract - Light, TF Pale Malt, TF Amber malt, TF Pale Crystal, TF Dark Chocolate, TF Roasted Barley, Melanoidin, Target Hops, East Kent Goldings Hops, White Labs California Ale WLP001 Homebrew Yeast, Yeast Nutrient, Protafloc.

This recipe was cloned from 104 - JO nummer 4 28L - fra 28-32 til 15-22.

Fermentables

7% - Munich - UK
0.81
37
9
Mash
17% - Dry Malt Extract - Light
1.9
42
4
Mash
54% - TF Pale Malt
6.075
38
3
Mash
7% - TF Amber malt
0.8
33
15
Mash
9% - TF Pale Crystal
1.012
34
20
Mash
1% - TF Dark Chocolate
0.135
30
600
Mash
2% - TF Roasted Barley
0.2
34
609
Mash
4% - Melanoidin
0.4
34
27
Mash

Hops

Target
45.5
Pellet
Boil
90 min(s)
12
37.3
East Kent Goldings
27
Pellet
Boil
15 min(s)
6.5
5.6
East Kent Goldings
40.5
Pellet
Boil
2 min(s)
6.5
1.4

Yeast

White Labs California Ale WLP001
76%

Other Stuff

Yeast Nutrient
6.75
g
Boil
Protafloc
0.5
each
Boil

Mash Steps

No mash steps in this recipe

Special Instructions

1.
20g kritt, 4ml baking soda, 1ml gips, 4ml calsiumklorid

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Recipe Facts

JO nummer 4 28L - orginal
Foreign Extra Stout
  • 28.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
  • 32.00 Gallons Liters Boil Size
  • 90  min Boil Time
  • 1.089 OG
  • 1.021 FG
  • 44.3 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
  • 0.50 BG:GU
  • 31.5° SRM Color
  • 70% Efficiency
  • 8.7% ABV Alcohol
  • 309 per 12oz Calories
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