All Grain Dry Stout St. James

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Please mill my grains:


Wyeast Liquid Yeast Upgrade:

"St. james" Dry Stout

Instructions

American Brewmaster all grain kits make some basic assumptions. We assume you have a basic understanding of brewing and fermentation principles. We also make the assumption that you have the proper equipment to brew all grain beer and understand your equipment in order to make individual adjustments to properly brew this beer. If you have any questions about the process or about the required equipment, please feel free to contact us via email or phone. We'll be happy to assist you as best we can. Now, on to brewing...

 

Recipe  Specifics

Batch Size:

5 gal.

Wort Size:

6.5 gal.

Anticipated IBU:

35.8

Total Grain:

8 lbs.

Boil Time:

60 min.

Brewhouse Efficiency:

75%

Anticipated OG:

1.041

Plato:

10.2

Anticipated SRM:

35.8

 

Grain/Extract/Sugar

%

Amount

Name

Potential

SRM

75

6 lbs.

American Pale 2-row

1.036

2

12.5

1 lb.

Flaked Barley

1.032

2

12.5

1 lb.

Roasted Barley

1.025

500

 

Hops

Amount

Name

Form

Alpha

IBU

Boil TIme

2 oz.

Fuggles

Pellet

4

35.8

60 min

 

Yeast

*Nottingham Ale dry yeast (*comes with kit)

Wyeast 1084 Irish Ale 

Wyeast 1028 London Ale

Recommended Fermentation Temperature:

66°F -70°F

 

Mash  Schedule

Water-to-Grain Ratio:

1.33 qts/lb

Mash Time:

60 min.

Mash Temperature:

150°F

Sparge Temperature:

170°F

Add kettle coagulant (optional and not included in kit) with 15 minutes left in the boil. Cool wort, aerate, pitch yeast and ferment for 7-10 days or more. Rack to secondary fermenter if greater clarity is desired but this step is not always necessary. Package and enjoy. CHEERS!

 

American Brewmaster
3021-5 Stonybrook Dr
Raleigh, NC 27604
(919) 850-0095

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