Beer Style: Stout


Jamil’s Murphy’s-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Murphy’s-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.040 (10 °P)  FG = 1.010 (2.5 °P) IBU = 38 SRM = 33 ABV = 4% Ingredients 6 lb. (2.72 kg) British pale ale malt 1.75 lb. (794 g) flaked barley 14 oz. (397 g) roasted barley (500 °L) 7.75 AAU Kent Golding pellet


Jamil’s Beamish-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Beamish-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.041 (10.2 °P)  FG = 1.009 (2.4 °P) IBU = 35  SRM = 38  ABV = 4.1% Ingredients 6.0 lb. (2.72 kg) Crisp British Maris Otter pale ale malt 1.75 lb. (794 g) flaked barley 17.0 oz. (482 g) roasted barley (500 °L) (crushed) 7.6


Jamil’s Guinness-Style Dry Stout

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Jamil’s Guinness-Style Dry Stout (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.041 (10.3°P)  FG = 1.010 (2.6°P) IBU = 41  SRM = 35  ABV = 4.1% Ingredients 6.25 lb. (2.83 kg) British pale ale malt or similar Maris Otter malt 1.75 lb. (794 g) flaked barley 14.0 oz. (397 g) roasted barley (500 °L) (crushed to


Irish Extra Stout

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Irish extra stout fits between the Irish stout and foreign extra stout in terms of strength and flavor intensity, but it is actually the style that is most similar to historical porters.


Brewing Irish Classic Beer Styles

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Ireland was ruled by Britain for centuries, and the north of Ireland still remains a part of Great Britain. But it is worth pointing out that it was the Normans who first invaded Ireland sometime after they had conquered England. It would be a gross under-statement to say that British rule was mostly less than


Make Award-Winning Session Beers

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One of the trends of the past few years that I’ve welcomed is the rediscovery of lower-alcohol craft beers. Perhaps it’s a reaction to the “imperial everything” trend or just consumers becoming confident enough in their opinions that they can drink beer for personal enjoyment not to impress others. Don’t get me wrong, the craft


Dirty Hands Brewing Company’s Liberty Ship Stout: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I used to live in Vancouver, Washington but I took a job transfer to Southern California. This was a mistake as I moved from a beer-laden area to something much less. The only good news is that I started homebrewing after I moved down here. I like dark, malty beers. Just before I


Brewing Historical Porters & Stouts

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I have attempted to brew versions of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century porters and stouts that do not always fit our modern definitions, but are simply good beers in their own right. In other words, you might find it rewarding to brew one or more of them. Although I have tried hard to reconstruct these beers as


Brewing Sweet Stout with Lactose

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Unlike many beer styles sweet stout has a quite specific origin, and for the better part of the 20th century only one version from one English brewer almost completely dominated the market for this type of beer. That beer, Mackeson Stout, although still around, declined in popularity and the style might have disappeared completely, as


Freetail Brewing Company La Muerta Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Whenever I’m in San Antonio, Texas, I stop at Freetail Brewing Company, which has a great selection of beers including some with unique ingredients like prickly pear. Recently I enjoyed their “Day of the Dead” beer, La Muerta. As I only get down to Texas once a year, I was hoping that I


McMenamins Breweries’ Terminator Stout: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, My wife and I recently treated ourselves to a vacation trip to Portland, Oregon and It was there that my bride actually loved a beer: Terminator Stout from McMenamins. As McMenamins is not available in Wisconsin, I was hoping to get hopping on making it for her. Michael Peuse Rosholt, Wisconsin No trip


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