Blaxland Stout

Source: Andrew Kennedy
Recipe added: 03/21/04

This was brewed at the height of the Australian summer (January, 2004). The temperature in the garage did not drop below 77 deg F during primary fermentation (peaked at 85 deg F). The outside temperature was over 100 deg F during the daylight hours. Thus, the short primary fermentation. Will certainly need longer during other times, in other countries.


Recipe type: Extract
Batch Size: 18 litres
Starting Gravity: 1050
Finishing Gravity: 1010
Time in Boil:
Primary Fermentation: 4 days @ 77 deg F
Secondary Fermentation: 14 days @ 65 deg F
Additional Fermentation: still fermenting to July 04



Add 4 litres boiling water to extract.Stir well. Add dextrose, stir well. Add 13 litres cold water, filtered if possible (a microfilm filter similar to that of kettles is sufficient) Add yeast, seal, and store elevated off the floor until Fg reaches 1010. Put one rounded teaspoon in each 640ml bottle for secondary fermentation. Ensure storage in a dark place during all stages of fermentation.
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