Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:47 am

ukbrewer wrote
145F strike 60 min.
155F 15 min. perform iodine test to confirm conversion
168f mash out
Is the 145F 60 min. correct? seems awfully long at that temp. or I can wait till 3/2/09 :D great show
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:57 am

BTW, previous posts about ferment temp are incorrect. Start at 66F and ramp to 70 is what Jamil said.
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:49 am

Here is an extract recipe I worked up using QBrew. Some of the specs aren't working out but I'm trusting Jamil over QBrew. Comments???

Moose Drool Clone

Recipe Moose Drool clone Style American Brown Ale
Brewer Davey O'Hill via "The Jamil Show" Batch 6.00 gal
Extract

Recipe Characteristics
Recipe Gravity 1.060 OG Estimated FG 1.014 FG
Recipe Bitterness 26 IBU Alcohol by Volume 5.6%
Recipe Color 24° SRM Alcohol by Weight 4.4%

Ingredients
Quantity Grain Type Use
7.40 lb Amber D.M.E. Extract Extract
0.06 lb American black patent Grain Steeped
0.50 lb British chocolate malt Grain Steeped
1.25 lb Crystal 90L Grain Steeped
Quantity Hop Type Time
1.40 oz Kent Golding Pellet 60 minutes
0.60 oz Liberty Pellet 0 minutes
0.60 oz Willamette Pellet 10 minutes
Quantity Misc Notes
1.00 unit London Ale yeast Yeast

Recipe Notes

6.0 Gallon Final Volume, 70 Minute Boil

Steep Chrystal, Choc. & Black Patent Malts @ 154º F for 15-20 min.

Add bittering Goldings hops @ min 60 minute mark
Add flavor Willamette hops @ 10 min mark
Add aroma Liberty hops @ 0 min (flameout)

Batch Notes

Pitch "Fullers" Ale Yeast, London ESB, or Wyeast 1968 @ 66ºF

After primary fermentation is almost complete (4-6 days) raise primary fermenter temp to 70ºF for 2 days "diacetyl rest" if possible.

Prime with .9 cups DME and 1 cup boiled water for bottling.
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Mon Mar 16, 2009 12:20 pm

The Can You Brew It recipes follow the same rules as the Previous Jamil Show recipes and the recipes in Brewing Classic Styles. 70% efficiency, 6 gallons at the end of boil, rager for hops, hop pellets, etc. All in the book around page 41.
I hope my post helped in some way. If not, please feel free to contact me.

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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Mon Mar 23, 2009 12:54 pm

American Brown Style
(Brewer Interview)
Malt:
OG 1052 - 13 Plado
IBU 26
SCM 38
ABV 5.1

Domestic 2 row Pale 87%
Chocolate malt + Black pattent 3%
Crystal 80 10%

Hops:
EKG Bittering 60 min
Liberty 10 min
Willamette 5 min
Liberty End of boil

Mash at 152F to 154F or may be little cooler
FG 3 Plado

Fullers yeast
White Labs WLP 002
WYeast 1968 London ESB

Start cooler at 66F - 67F
When closer to Terminal gravity rase it to 70F
2 Day dyacedal rest at the end
Ferment it clean

Hard water for darker ales
Soft water for Lighter color beers

#########################################################
(Jamil Recipe)
6 Gal at the end of boil
70% efficiency
7.27 brew boil volume

OF 1052

Malt:
Domestic pale 2 row malt 87% or 10.8lb
Chocolate Malt 400L-420L 2.8% or 5.5oz
Crystal 75L-80L 10% or 1.25lb
Black Patent 525L 0.2% or 0.5oz

Hops: target = 30 IBU
1.4 oz E Kent Golding 4.45 AA at 60 min = 27 IBU
0.6 oz Willamette at 10 min
0.6 oz Liberty at 0 min

Yeast:
White Labs WLP 002
WYeast 1968 London ESB

Mash Temp = 154F
Na Zdravie

On Tap:
Czech Dark Beer
Bohemian Pilsner

Lagering/Conditioning:
Czech Dark Beer

In Fermenter:
Bohemian Pilsner
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:51 am

Just in case anyone was interested there is actually a commercial clone available at austinhomebrew.com. I tried it once, it was pretty close.
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:24 pm

I'm brewing this one today and my buddy is brewing it tomorrow. I'm skipping the starter since I woke up late ;-) My buddy is doing a starter so we'll see how they compare head to head. Jamil's recipe comes out perfect in promash. We left out the black patent malt since LA B3 was out, also didn't have crystal 75 so we went with 60 and a touch of 120 for fun. Mashing at 155F right now, missed by one degree and couldn't be bothered to add some more water. Smells awesome.

The best part of this brew session is I've piped over filtered water to the brewery side of the garage this morning, just open the tap and fill the HLT, no more lugging 5g of water from the sink a bunch of times. Nice.

Cheers!
Primaries: Becca's Brown, Moose Drool, Hopgasmic(Freshop)
Kegs: Larrynitas(CYBI Lagunitas IPA), 007 EPA, 005 EPA, Hefe
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Re: Moose Drool recipe - Can you brew it

Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:19 am

brewing 10 gallons today. getting ready to heat my strike water. excited for this one!
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