Jul 11, 2015 - At HomeBrewTalk we're often asked "What's your most popular recipes?" Yooper, I have had the beer fermenting 4 weeks. The deep, roasted flavors come from specially selected malts and the addition of premium organic cacao nibs. Started in 2004, HomeBrewTalk has turned countless men … Total Grain Weight: 14.00 lb. My version is two weeks from bottle conditioning 3 months. Brewing a White Stout – The Inspiration. I overshot my mash temp a little so I finished high, 1.020, but it's still really good, not too sweet. 12.0 oz Victory Malt (25.0 SRM) Grain 6.82 %. I'm going to make it again, probably at the end of March, because I like it as an after-dinner beer. OG was 1.055, FG at 1.014 for a BeerSmith ABV of 5.35%. I'm going to have to give this a try after I finish the Oatmeal Stout and Choc Stout in my kegarator... That's my deal exactly. In mash it just. Well, this is a bit later than promised in our prior posts Brewing a White Stout – The Inspiration and Brewing a White Stout – The Recipe.After having some computer problems (failed hard drive), I finally got the rig running again and found a little time to pour myself a glass and sit down and share the results. The result is the newly released Team Toxic Sinistral White Stout. This sounds really good. Thank you much, great recipe. Do you find that the black barley is not as astringent as roasted barley? Black barley really is wonderful. That's what my LHBS has but they say use it sparingly less it impart a charred flavor. See more ideas about Homebrewtalk, Home brewing, Brewing. Very mellow with just the right coffee tones and so smooth. 8.0 oz Barley, Flaked (1.7 SRM) Grain 4.55 %. ----------------------------. The head brewer, cofounder, and “mad scientist” of Weathered Souls in San Antonio, Texas, shares this homebrew recipe that was an award-winner for him before he went pro. Parent Tags: FLAVORED BEER - FLAVORED - ALE. Cascade Brewing makes a delicious example of this style -- Oblique Black and White Coffee Stout. Mine's in the mash tun now. But as soon as I saw a ‘White Stout’ on their beer menu, I knew I had to try it. My SWMBO doesn't care for the roasty beers. Got myself confused with the 2 chocolate malts, but luckily was able to crush up what I needed and add to the mash. Has anyone tried this recipe or any other milk stouts that are worthwhile? Brewing a White Stout – The Recipe View all White Stout posts After being inspired by Track 7’s White Stout, the discussion about how to create a white stout got much more serious. VIEW RECIPE HERE Yooper, I made this following your original recipe with 1335. I normally do 60 minutes, but beersmith says 45 is enough. Inspired by blog posts and magazine articles, I took a stab at this rare beer style. Access this issue along with the archives with Zymurgy Online!. So I'd still go with 60 minutes at a minimum! I am wanting to make this soon but I have a question regarding the black barley, is it the same as black patent malt? 2 more weeks then its time to bottle. However, not everyone is weird like me, so here is a chocolate filled stout you can really sink your teeth into. The following beer recipe is featured in the September/October 2014 issue of Zymurgy magazine. 4oz Brown Sugar @ Boil. Bob likes to have a cup of coffee after dinner, and I like this stout as my post-dinner drink. It might be enough, but oats take longer to convert than, say, Munich malt. Is that typical of this yeast? Awesome! But it really tasted GREAT. The recipe is simple: good pilsner malt, lots of Saaz hops (you can suppliment the bittering addition with a clean bittering European variety like Magnum or Northern … I used 3/4 of a pound of it in an Irish Stout and it's like drinking a good Italian espresso: the poor even smells like fresh roasted coffee. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. That's been my favorite strain with this recipe, and it really gives a great mouthfeel to it. There wasn't too much activity in the airlock, but is must be fermenting. They are not interchangeable, although the names are very close! I’m not the conventional beer drinker. This looks great! I'm excited about this beer- first AG stout. I just bottled a milk stout based on Jamil's recipe. The consensus seems to be that White (or Pale, though some use that to describe a beer that’s more amber than pale) Stout is predominately a blond… Thanks for the info, I'm definitely trying your recipe after the holidays! 3.5oz Coarse Ground Coffee @ Secondary. Gonna brew up a Milk Stout for Santa tonight. I want to make my own milk stout someday, but i love Left Hands, and No Label's milk stout. This board is to go a bit more in depth on those recipes. Mashing this now! I sent a sample to Ward Labs- it was only $16, and well worth it! A dose of natural white chocolate flavoring makes this a complex and deliciously -drinkable beer. This stuff is great. She seems to be able to pick up that flavor very easily. Some like to think winter time is for darker beers, but I still enjoy lighter fruit beers when the temperatures drop. 10.0 oz Chocolate malt (pale) (200.0 SRM) Grain 5.68 %. I did add 6 oz of cocoa slurry for last 10 minutes of boil. My batch has been in the bottles for about two months now and it is one of my new favorites. The milk stout came out great..!! I just started with Black Barley and it seems promising. After fermentation has been completed, add coconut and 1oz medium roast whole bean coffee to a muslin bag and steep for 2 weeks or until you are happy with the flavors. Been in the keg for 2ish weeks, and it's great. Very smooth, just some roast, and full-bodied. Recipe: Marcus Baskerville’s Homebrewed Imperial Stout. Thanks for the updates! 1.5% Lactose and 1% Maltodextrin (to taste) Instructions: For 3 gallons, toast 1 lb shredded coconut at 300F until well browned. A WHITE STOUT, GOLDEN STOUT or BLONDE STOUT can either used to describe a coffee forward beer where the SRM is blonde or golden in colour and/or to describe a beer the brewer calls a white / golden … A Chocolate Milk Stout Recipe for Those Cold Winter Days. I think I shall give that one a shot as well. So I transferred to a 2ndary and pitched a half pack of Notty. BEER STYLE Dominance: ROAST - FLAVORED (COFFEE) Search Terms: White Stout, Golden Stout, Blond Stout, Blonde Stout, Stout Blanc, Coffee Blonde. Recipes / March 23, 2015 by Brendan Hanson / 2 Comments. beersmith.com/blog/2011/11/03/sweet-stout-and-milk-stout-recipes 60 min Mash In Add 17.50 qt of water at 168.8 F 154.0 F. 10 min Mash Out … Just mixed it up last night---our first brew, this one is labeled "easy" from the BB kit. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thanks for all your suggestions!! You must log in or register to reply here. I'll let you know how it turns out in a few weeks. Marcus Baskerville Jan 19, 2021 - 2 min read . .5oz Vanilla Bean @ Secondary. While it doesn't quite register as a stout… You may also see this labeled as a white stout. I haven't done it and need to. Very pleased with this so far, at only 10 days since brewing. I've never used it before. This looks great. This is one of our favorite house beers. You must log in or register to reply here. Single Infusion, Medium Body. 3.5oz Cocoa Nibs @ Secondary. I just used it on a porter and its fantastic. Kyle. so we just launched our newest four part series "The HomeBrewTalk Top 100". The recipe also includes some black patent and pale chocolate. JavaScript is disabled. Hydrometer sample was great, I can't wait to drink this. 3oz White Chocolate @ Whirlpool. Specialty, Fruit, Historical, Other Recipes, http://brewersconnection.com/recipes/CactusMilkStout.htm, https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/left-hand-milk-stout-clone-139820/, Aeration System Introducing lead and Lead Compounds into wort, FREE TEST for Inkbird new product IBS-TH2 temperature sensor. View all White Stout posts. Extract with Grains Grain Bill 1 lb Crystal Malt 80*L 12 oz Chocolate Malt 4 oz Black Patent Malt 6 lbs Dark DME 1 oz Chinook Pellets(30 Min) 1 oz Chinook Pellets(10 Min) 1 tsp Irish Moss (15 Min) 8 oz Lactose (15 Min) 1 oz Centennial Pellets (5 min) Brewgr is an online homebrew community and recipe calculator to help homebrewers find, create and share homebrew recipes with other homebrewers. Brewed up a batch of this this morning - my second stout ever and first one all grain. Brewer: Zeke Batch Size: 10.00 gal Style: Dry Stout (13A) Boil Size: 10.90 gal Style Guide: BJCP 2008 Color: 23.7 SRM Equipment: 9 Gallon Brew Pot Bitterness: 31.6 IBUs Boil Time: 60 min Est OG: 1.042 (10.6° P) Mash Profile: Single Infusion, Medium Body, Batch Sparge Est FG: 1.011 SG (2.8° P) Fermentation: Ale, Two Stage ABV: 4.1% Taste Rating: 30.0 4oz Granulated Sugar @ Boil. Yooper, I'm making this tomorrow and I've never done a 156 degree mash. Have you tried the WLP011 european ale yeast? Ingredients: 2 lbs dark roasted malted buckwheat; 1 lb malted buckwheat, unroasted; 1 lb roasted (to black) white rice; 1 lb dark belgian candi sugar; 1 lb chestnuts.9 oz willamette @60 min (4.7%AA).25 oz wllamette @ 10 min (4.7%AA) 2 Tbsp. This won't last long. I had never seen or heard of a white stout before and was curious to see what it was all about. After a 3 week fermentation, I added a 1 week cold crash for clarity. The goal with this beer was to create a beer that had elements of a stout without the traditionally dark color. I'd like to get this done. Step Time Name Description Step Temp. After 2 week carb. https://beerandbrewing.com/free-will-brewing-co-s-pale-stout-ale-recipe We began researching an formulating our recip… Yooper, I have PM'd you regarding the difference between the two chocolate malt ingredients. 1 lbs Oats, Flaked (1.0 SRM) Grain 9.09 %. Bottled today, after 17 days in primary. This homebrew recipe uses the following ingredients: Maris Otter Pale - UK, Flaked Oats - US, Malted Oats - US, Rye - US, Caramel/Crystal 40 - US, Caramel/Crystal 60 - US, Crystal 120L - CA, Liquid Malt Extract - Pilsen - US, Lactose - Milk Sugar - US, Maltodextrin - US, Northern Brewer Hops, Chinook Hops, Simcoe Hops, Warrior Hops, White Labs London Ale WLP013 Homebrew Yeast. I've got my version in plastic. JavaScript is disabled. Here's the recipe, let me know what you think..... OH Wow! I bottle, so I have a few weeks before it'll be conditioned and carb'd. It looks like they have multiple water analyses. I'm making this again as soon as I get more Wyeast 1335. this is fantastic. From White Stout to Black IPA: Four Homebrew Mash-Up Recipes I bet it is "to die for". What do you use to test your water? heres one i did this year. I was suprised to see NO cake at the bottom of the fermenter. 8.0 oz Black Barley (Stout) (500.0 SRM) Grain 4.55 %. A blonde ale that has the spirit of a dark, rich stout. It smells awesome! Thanks Yooper, brew day went well, bubbling away nicely this morning. What test did you use? Interestingly, I have lots of airlock bubbles and lots of yeast visibly swirling around in the wort, but virtually no krausen. Trying this recepie.. 2nd fermentation now.. Ordering ingredients today! Tried some this past weekend and still need more carbing, but does taste fine. It was like drinking sweetened (but not too sweet) coffee! HomeBrewTalk - 439 Followers, 342 Following, 442 pins | HomeBrewTalk is the online homebrewing magazine, and community. We’re flying somewhat blind here when talking about White Stout as a “style.” As it isn’t yet properly recognized by the Beer Judge Certification Program or Brewers Association guidelines, we’re left with the “common law” guidance of the beers that go under that moniker in the marketplace. . Tasted like Bailey's and similary to Southern Tier's Choc Stout, except a hint of oatmeal. Gonna brew up a Milk Stout for Santa tonight. What is the appropriate mash time at this temperature? I used: 1 lb lactose and 0.75 lb C80. https://blog.kegoutlet.com/brewing-a-white-stout-the-recipe I'm just curious if its anything like the 1335 profile wise. Because it was winter in St. Paul I used a lager yeast. Tasted darn good going into the carboy, can't wait to taste it again in a few weeks. Going to make this my next brew... only other oatmeal stout I've made had definite astringency, so I'm hoping this time 'round I can avoid that. https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/homebrew-recipes/?style=stout Transferring to keg now, and the hydro sample is fantastic- even at 68 degrees! Berkeley, Calif., brewery Triple Rock makes White Chocolate Milk Stout, a pale Milk Stout that uses cacao and licorice to make it taste more like the modern understanding of the style. Never seen that before. I tasted the gravity sample, and it was quite yummy. Thanks Yoop! Specialty, Fruit, Historical, Other Recipes, https://www.homebrewtalk.com/brew-it-yoopers-oatmeal-stout.html, http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/product/0102215/briess-black-barley, http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/product/0101463/francobelges-kiln-coffee, Aeration System Introducing lead and Lead Compounds into wort, FREE TEST for Inkbird new product IBS-TH2 temperature sensor. 7 lbs Pale Malt, Maris Otter (3.0 SRM) Grain 63.64 %. This recipe is split: If you want the full hop and no chocolate, keep the full hopping load and skip the extras. Today, I thought I was going to bottle, but the hydrometer reading was still at 1.021. Cannot wait, thanks for this thread..!! All grain stout made from buckwheat, rice and chestnut chips. I dunno- I use ale pails and haven't ever seen it! 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