long winters nabpster
Source: scott oliver
Recipe added: 12/18/00
yielded 15 pints and a case of 12's. after 4 days in the bottle the head was prime, the taste was smooth with a slight finish and delicious aftertones. trying to save some for a friend who can't seem to get it right after spending $50 on his batch.
Recipe type: Other
Batch Size: 5 std. gallons
Starting Gravity: lazy
Finishing Gravity: 6-7%
Time in Boil: 65min?
Primary Fermentation: 5 days @62-64farenheit
Secondary Fermentation: na
Additional Fermentation: bottle conditioned
- one prime 22 oz. local beer (must be bottle conditioned)
- 1/2# crystal malt(cracked)
- 1/2# chocholate malt(cracked)
- 3# bulk wheat malt extract
- 3# bulk dark malt extract
- 1oz. williamette hops
- 1oz. fuggles hops
- 1oz. kent-goldings hops
- 2 dollops honey
- 5 oz. dextrose
drink beer, reactivate yeast, wait a day and half.
steep cracked malt for 1/2 hour @ 160 farenheit.
bring to boil and add malt extract, honey and 1/2 oz. of each hop. continue boil for 50 min then add remainder of fuggles and williamette hops. At completion of boil add rest of kent-goldings hops. pitch wort @ 80 farenheit with nabbed yeast.
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