This recipe is based on @simplybeer Peanut Butter Porter, converting a All-Grain to a Partial Mash
9lbs Golden Light DME
2lbs US Munich 20L
1lb 8ozs Dark DME
1lb 8ozs US Chocolate Malt
1lb US Carapils
8ozs White Wheat
4ozs US Caramel 20L
90 minute mash @ 154 degrees. (I brought the temp up to 154 degrees and cut the heat and covered) with 2-gallons of water
Sparged with 1-gallon of water @ 170 degrees.
@ 90 minute 1oz of Magnum Hops, pellet
@ 15 minute .25oz of Irish Moss
@ 15 minute 5tsp of Fermax
@ 10 minute .50oz UK Fuggle Hops, pellet
@ 10 minute .50oz US Willamette Hops, pellet
@ 5 minute 13oz of PB2 powdered peanutbutter
@ 5 miute 1oz of Semisweet Chocolate
@ 0 minute .50oz UK Fuggle Hops, pellet
@ 0 minute .50oz US Willamette Hops, pellet
Brewed on 8/8/10
Yeast White Labs 023 Burton Ale Yeast
Gravity after 2-weeks in Primary 1.030
Gravity after (about) 2-weeks in Secondary 1.028
Kegged on 9/12/10
Color is a dark brown with hints of copper
Aroma slightly tangy at first mellows with air and better served in a wide mouth glass. Aroma has tinges of an alcohol scent.
Carbonation, well it’s kegged. It did take longer then other beers to carbonate in the keg.
Mouth feel is rich feel with light carbonation. It comes off as a “thick” beer.
Taste, hints of chocolate hit you first. Nutty flavor comes in back end and really comes through as the beer warms a bit. Little to no hop influence, malty for sure. Slightly lingering aftertaste. Works perfect for dessert. (ice cream float) In my opinion, a very luxurious beer.
I’ve have been lucky enough to have quite a few “beer” people try it (including both the owners of Bootleggers and The Bruery) and have gotten very nice feedback. I will be brewing this again.
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This sounds so good to me!