BN Stout

Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:20 pm

I thought the collaboration show was pretty fun and I think I'm going to give the stout a try and brew it for St. Patrick's Day. Did anyone happen to write it down? I was listening in the car and wanted to check if anyone had it before I went back to find it in the podcast.
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Re: BN Stout

Fri Jan 06, 2017 10:31 am

Here are the notes while I was listening earlier today:

BN Stout

6% abv
FG: 4 plato

Malt:
71% - Maris Otter - Gleneagle
10% - Breiss Dark Chocolate
10% - Golden Naked Oats
5% - British Crystal 1 (45l)
2% - Carafa II Special
2% - Aromatic (25L)

Hops:
60 min - Warrior - 35 IBU

Yeast:
White Labs - London 013 - 68 degrees
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Re: BN Stout

Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:12 am

BrewerAdam wrote:Here are the notes while I was listening earlier today:

BN Stout

6% abv
FG: 4 plato

Malt:
71% - Maris Otter - Gleneagle
10% - Breiss Dark Chocolate
10% - Golden Naked Oats
5% - British Crystal 1 (45l)
2% - Carafa II Special
2% - Aromatic (25L)

Hops:
60 min - Warrior - 35 IBU

Yeast:
White Labs - London 013 - 68 degrees


Thanks a lot!! :jnj
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Re: BN Stout

Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:13 am

I've got this show teed up for first play on our road trip starting tomorrow. Sounds like a great grain bill for a stout though.

Is it hoppy?
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Re: BN Stout

Sat Jan 07, 2017 8:18 am

pies wrote:"is it hoppy?"


No, there's only a single Warrior bittering addition, 35 ibus, which in a 6% beer isn't that much.
The roast increases perceived bitterness, but I wouldn't call this hoppy.
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Re: BN Stout

Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:48 pm

whoateallthepies wrote:I've got this show teed up for first play on our road trip starting tomorrow. Sounds like a great grain bill for a stout though.

Is it hoppy?


definitely not and American stout haha. otherwise, they didn't necessarily aim for a particular style.
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Re: BN Stout

Sun Feb 26, 2017 1:00 pm

I going to resurrect my own thread haha. Has anyone brewed this? I was going to brew it this weekend but ended up moving it to next weekend. I think I have just enough time to get it in for St. Patrick's Day.
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