More Beer’s! Jim Baumann’s Milk Stout

  Beautifully  dark  and smells really good!

IMG_1394 We put 2 gallons in a Keg, and bottled the rest

Style Information

Name: WInter Night
Recipe Type: Partial Mash
Category: Sweet Stout

Grains & Extracts

Name Amount Notes
Special B 8 oz Steep until 170 degrees
Caramunich 8 oz Steep until 170 degrees
Black Roasted Barley 8 oz Steep until 170 degrees
Black Patent 8 oz Steep until 170 degrees
Ultralight 8 lbs Added last 10 min of boil

Hops

Name Amount Alpha Acid % AAU Time Notes
Williamette 2 oz 3.2% 6.4 50 Added at 170degrees
Kent Goldings 1 oz 5.8% 5.8 0 Added at flameout

Adjuncts

Name Type Use Amount Time Notes
whirlfloc Fining Boil 1 tab 10 Added last 10 min of boil
Lactose Flavor Boil 8 oz 10 Added last 10 min of boil. Contributes to "creamy" flavor and mouth feel

Yeasts

Name Amount Notes
Irish Ale WLP004 1 Vial Put in starter 48 hours prior

Boil

Amount: 6 gal
Water Description: Filtered
Time: 40 minutes
Target Batch Size: 5

Fermentation

Step Time Temperature Container Additions
Name: Amount
Notes
3 weeks 60-65 Carboy

Profile

Estimated OG: 1.057
Estimated FG: 1.018
Estimated ABV: 5.12%
 
Actual OG: 1.062
Actual FG: 1.024
Actual ABV: 5.00%
 
Bitterness: 40 IBU
Estimated Color: 32 SRM

Tasting notes

Appearance - Dark, opaque in color; very limited head that dissipated very quickly but still laced decently around the edges of the glass. Aroma - Coffee, chocolate, malt, Very enjoyable. Taste - Tastes like it smells...coffee, chocolate, Malt-taste, not overly sweet Mouthfeel - Very easy on the palate. Limited carbonation; an easy drink; soothing, creamy from the unfermentable lactose that was added. Overall, a very good winter warmer beer. Definitely would make this again

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