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    Fermentables

    59% - Munich - UK
    5% - Dark Chocolate - US
    8% - Extra Dark Crystal 160L - UK
    8% - Smoked Malt - DE
    5% - Flaked Barley - US
    2% - Flaked Oats - US
    8% - Dry Malt Extract - Amber
    3% - Maltodextrin - US

    Hops

    Enigma
    16.5
    Cascade
    8.6

    Yeast

    Wyeast London Ale III 1318

    Other Stuff

    Cacao nibs
    Hazelnut syrup
    Fruit pudding flavour
    Peanut Butter powder
    Almond Powder
    Blueberry Juice
    Toasted Coconut

    Mash Steps

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of Dr. Vipers Fruit and Nut Porter
    American Porter
    • 22.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
    • 27.00 Gallons Liters Boil Size
    • 60  min Boil Time
    • 1.068 OG
    • 1.020 FG
    • 25.1 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
    • 0.37 BG:GU
    • 34.0° SRM Color
    • 80% Efficiency
    • 6.1% ABV Alcohol
    • 231 per 12oz Calories

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