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Home » Recipes » 2003 September - Extract Brew - Alaskan Smoked Porter
2003 September - Extract Brew - Alaskan Smoked Porter
Style:    14.2 - American Style Porter
Brewed by:    Drew Beechum, Kent Fletcher, Jim Kopitzke, and a whole crew of new brewers
Brewed at:    The Shop
Batch Size:    5.0 Gallons
Boil Time:    60 Minutes
Estimated OG:    1.060
Estimated IBU:    41.9 IBUs
Estimated Color:    30.8 SRM
Recipe Index | Promash File
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltser Amount Percentage
Pale Malt Extract Alexander 6.0 lbs 63.2%
Beechwood Smoked Weyermann 2.0 lbs 21.1%
Crystal 75L Weyermann 1.0 lbs 10.5%%
Chocolate Malt 0.50 lbs 5.3%
Hops
Name Form Alpha Amount Time
Chinook Pellet 11.0% 0.75 oz 60
EKG Pellet 4.0% 0.75 15
Yeast
Man. Code Name Type Amount (Starter)
Wyeast 1056 American Ale Ale 2 Shampoo Tubes
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
Steeping 155 F 60 minutes Infusion 2.5G. @ 175F
Extras
1 Whirlfloc Tablets (20 minutes)
1 tsp. Yeast Nutrient (15 mins)
Notes
This was our first ever class taught specifically for newer brewers. Each brewer got a 20 page handout on various goofy ideas held by your's truly about homebrewing.
In short order we'll post up the basic handout form minus the articles.
This beer utilizes one of my favorite techniques for softening the hard acidic edge found from heating your dark roast malts. The pound of chocolate malt was soaked overnight and then strained. The resulting liquid was then added at the very end to darken the brew and preserve the smooth chocolate effect of the black malt.
Why the 2 tubes of yeast instead of a starter? Two reasons, I was being lazy and it was to drive home that you can always find a way to get your yeast counts up.
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