Black Douglas Ale

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Black Douglas Ale

Postby Wally » Wed Apr 11, 2001 8:14 pm

Could anyone give me a recipe for an extract recipe that would approximate Broughton's Black Douglas Ale? I would GREATLY appreciate it.
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Got one

Postby maltvault » Thu Apr 12, 2001 2:53 pm

I am kind of a 'beer cloner'. I find one I like in the bar, and I can get pretty close from tasting it. Since I've never had that beer I had to research it, and came up with this receipe. I've made this beer before, just modified it a bit to get the character you desired. Below is the fuit of my labor.
6 pounds, 2-row pale malt
3 pounds, Munich Malt
1 pound, black patent malt
4 ounces, Crystal Malt (80L)
(~1.0 oz @11.6) Centennial hops (60 min)
(~0.75 oz @12.6) Chinook hops (60 min)
1/2 ounce, Cascades (30)
1 ounce, Kent Goldings (dry hop at rack to secondary)
Wyeast 1084 (Irish Ale)
1/2 cup corn sugar (priming)

To get an extract version use the formula that 1 pound of grain is equal to .75 lbs. of extract.
Good Luck,
Malt Vault
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Thanks

Postby Wally » Sun Apr 15, 2001 1:13 pm

Thanks,Maltvault. I'll convert it to extract and make it by your recipe. I'm getting close to all-grain, but not yet. Thanks again. Maybe I can impose on you again?
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