Twice Bitten Miners Stout
Source: Todd Fanton
Recipe added: 05/27/99
If you like your Miners Stout now you will love this. It doesn't really change the flavor, it just kind'a gives it follow through. The kit gives you a bite up front but leaves you wanting more. It darkens it up a bit too. Like choclate syrup in the bottem of your glass. Also like most stouts, It only gets better with age.
Recipe type: Extract
Batch Size: 5 gallons
Starting Gravity: 1.045
Finishing Gravity: 1.016
Time in Boil: 60 minutes
Primary Fermentation: 4 days
Secondary Fermentation: 7days
- 1 can Black Rock Miners Stout 3.75 lbs
- 1.5 lbs amber extract (Alexander kicker)
- .75 amber DME
- .75 lbs L40 Crystal malt
- .25 lbs Roasted barley
- 1\2 oz Cluster hops 7.0% (60min)
- 3\4 cup corn sugar primer
- Muntons Ale yeast (dry)
Steep grains in grain bag at 160 deg for 30 minutes in two gallons water. Bring to boil. Remove from heat and add extracts and hops. Bring back to boil for 60 minutes. Cool to around 140 degrees and add to 3 gallons cold water in fermenter. Aireate and pitch rehydrated yeast. After Krausen falls, rack to secondary and let settle for a week. Prime and bottle.
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