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Patriot Stout (Blueberry Maple)

The Basics

Type: Extract + Specialty Grain
Style: Stouts
Sub Style: American Stout
Added: 08/30/2010
Added By: BeerNard
   
O.G.: 1.056
F.G.: 1.014
Bitterness: 6 IBU
Color: 44 SRM
ABV: 5.62%

Description:

We mashed the blueberries up with some sort of, umm... masher, i guess. We heated them up to sanitize them then dumped them into the keg along with the wort. Try to boil at least 5 gallons of wort, because its gonna be dense with all the extract and maple syrup in there and you want the hops to not lose all their efficiency. The syrup lightened this beer a bit while making it pretty strong, definitely a good idea. My one regret is that the blueberries were not very noticable. The plan was to add a second round halfway through fermentation, which would've been good, but we never got to it.

Ingredients

Based on 15 Gallons (56.8 Liters) of Beer:

Grains:
1 lbs. 2-Row Caramel Malt 80L (Briess)
0.5 lbs. Chocolate Malt (Briess)
1.5 lbs. Roasted Barley (Simpsons)
Extract:
19.8 lbs. CBW® Traditional Dark (Briess)   -  Liquid Extract
3 lbs. Maple Syrup (Vossler Maple Farms)   -  Liquid Extract
Adjuncts:
  10 lbs. Blueberries (Fresh)
Hops:
2 oz. U.S. Goldings (Pellets): 10 HBU
2 oz. U.S. Goldings (Pellets): 10 HBU
Yeast:
WYeast - Irish Ale™ 1084 - Liquid
WYeast - Irish Ale™ 1084 - Liquid

Homebrewing Process

Steep

3.00 Gallons 25 Minutes 140.00-170.00° F
  1.5 lbs. Roasted Barley (Simpsons)
  0.5 lbs. Chocolate Malt (Briess)
  1 lbs. 2-Row Caramel Malt 80L (Briess)

Sparge

1.00-2.00 Gallons   160.00-180.00° F

Boil

5.00 Gallons 60 Minutes
  @ Start        
  19.8 lbs. CBW® Traditional Dark (Briess)
  3 lbs. Maple Syrup (Vossler Maple Farms)
  2 oz. U.S. Goldings (Pellets)
  @ 45 Mins        
  2 oz. U.S. Goldings (Pellets)

Fermentation

15.00 Gallons 14 - 28 Days 60.00- 70.00° F
    WYeast - Irish Ale™ 1084 - Liquid
    WYeast - Irish Ale™ 1084 - Liquid
  10 lbs. Blueberries (Fresh)

Kegging

Keg beer with forced CO2 (3.00-5.00 PSI) to achieve 0.0 volumes of CO2.

Submitter
Notes

The temperature ranges are pretty wide on this one because I forgot my thermometer, but made sure not to steep at too high of a temp. The fermentation temp has a wide range because it's going to be outside in September, meaning it might be more like 35 - 80. It should be fermented at about 60-65 ideally I'd say. The blueberries are going to make it fruity enough and you don't want too much fruitiness from the yeast getting into it.

Beer Analysis

Pre-Boil

Volume 5.0 Gallons
Original Gravity 1.056
Extract 13.81° Plato

Post-Boil

  Apparent Real
Final Gravity 1.014  
Extract 3.58° Plato 5.47° Plato
Attenuation 75% 61%
 
  By Volume By Weight
Alcohol 5.62% 4.50%
 
Caloric Content 186 per 12 fl oz

Style Comparison

  Predicted Values
  Style Values - American Stout

Original Gravity

1.000

1.054
1.075
1.056

1.150 

Final Gravity

1.000

1.012
1.022
1.014

1.150 

Color

45
80
44

100°

Bitterness

0

30
55
6

150 

Alcohol by Volume

0%

5.2
8.5
5.6

20%

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