Pecan Stout / Papazian Pale Ale / Dos Equis Clone

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  1. Oct 2, 2018 #1

    phildo79

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    Pecan stout - 6.2% (possibly 2 or 3 weeks away from fully bottle conditioned)
    Papazian recipe tweaked - 4.3% (volume 3 of The Joy of Homebrewing - Whitey's Gone Fishin' Pale Ale. I used Summit for bittering, Citra and Summit for flavour, Chinook for aroma)
    Dos Equis clone - 5.8% (recipe is a gold medal winner from the 1997 book 'Home Brewer's Gold')

    All are extract brews and bottled in 450ml swing top bottles.

    Anyone interested in a swap, let me know.
     
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    I wouldn't mind trying the pecan stout or the pale ale if you fancy a swap.
    I have a wet hopped pale ale with home grown cascade at 4.3% that's ready to drink, or an AIPA that will have a big galaxy & nelson sauvin dry hop that'd be ready to send in 2-3 weeks.
    acheers.

    PS - never heard of Dos Equis, what is it?
     
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    Dos Equis is a Mexican beer. However, unlike Corona it's actually drinkable.
    I like the sound of both of those so, yeah, let's get swapping athumb..
     
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    Nice one, I'll drop you a PM
     
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    Hmmm, sounds interesting. I'll have a taste test this weekend and see how it's at.
     
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    I'd be interested in trying the Pecan Stout.
    I have a Chiron (Thornbrige clone pale at 4.2%) or in a couple of weeks a vanilla mild based around Twisted Barrels Beast of a Midlands mild around 4.2%, both from the recent CAMRA homebrewing book.
     
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    Hi Ben
    I've been to the Thornbridge micro brewery so I'm pretty sure I've tried the Chiron. I like the sound of the Twisted Barrel beer though. I'd be up for trying that. I'll let you know how the pecan is coming along as I will be having a taste test this weekend.
     
  10. Oct 13, 2018 #10

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    Good news boys! I have tried the pecan stout and it tastes pretty effing good, in my humble opinion. I think y'all will like it. Let's get swapping.
     
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    Do u have any left? I have Belgian Saison and American Wheat with Guinea pepper (Saison ready to drink in about a week, AW in about 3 weeks) also Grodziskie ready to drink now. If u dont know its 100% oak-smoked wheat beer. Also known as Polish chamapgne.
     
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    Sorry dude, all gone.
     
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    Ok no worries
     

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