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Irish Stout • All Grain • 300 L

Rava Strong Ale

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January 29, 2019  04:25am

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Ingredients (All Grain300 L)

  • 45 kg Pale Ale 2RS Malt; Castle Malting

    Pale Ale 2RS Malt; Castle Malting

    Features: Belgian light-coloured base malt. Kilning at up to 90-95°C. Usage: Pale ale styles and bitter beers, most traditional English beer styles. Can be used up to 100% of the grist. Characteristics: Usually used as a base malt or in combination with Pilsen 2RS malt to impart a richer malt flavor and additional color. Being deeper in colour, this malt can add a golden hue to the wort. It is used with strong yeasts to produce amber and bitter beers. Pale ale malt is kilned longer and is usually better modified, giving a more pronounced flavour than Pilsen 2RS. The enzymes in Pale ale malt can support the use of non-enzymatic specialty malts.

  • 5 kg Coffee Malt; Castle Malting

    Coffee Malt; Castle Malting

    Features: Belgian coffee malt. Taste development at up to 220°C. Usage: Stouts, porters, and stingily in brown ales for hints of fresh roasted coffee. Recommended proportion: 5%. Characteristics: Imparts a rich coffee flavour and aroma to beers. Adds complexity to any dark ale. It also reinforces the color of the beer.

  • 5 kg Chocolate Malt; Castle Malting

    Chocolate Malt; Castle Malting

    Features: Belgian chocolate malt. Torrefied at 220°C and then quickly cooled when the desired colour is reached. Usage: Brown, strong, darker and black beers, such as porters, stouts and brown ales. Recommended proportion: 7%. Characteristics: Chocolate malt is a highly roasted malt with a deep brown colour. This is where its name comes from. Chocolate malt is used to adjust the colour of beer and imparts a nutty, toasted flavour. Chocolate Malt shares many of the characteristics of Black Malt but is less bitter flavour than Black malt and is by 200 EBC lighter than Black, because it is roasted for a slightly shorter period of time and end temperatures are not so high.

  • 5 kg Roasted Barley; Weyermann®

    Roasted Barley; Weyermann®

    German-grown spring barley (2004 harvest). Product Characteristics: Processed slowly and thoroughly by our drum process. Evenly roasted specialty grain. Adds plenty of dark color and clean depth of flavor to very dark brews. Recommended Quantities: Up to 5% of total grain bill. Suitability (beer styles): Stout and similar ales

  • 2.5 kg Oats Flaked

    Oats Flaked

    Belgian White Ale(wit), other specialty beers.

  • 1000 g Styrian Goldings - 3.4 AA% pellets; boiled 60 min

    Styrian Goldings

    Mild, pleasant.

  • Fermentis US-05 Safale US-05

    Fermentis US-05 Safale US-05

    The most famous ale yeast strain found across America, now available as a ready-to-pitch dry yeast. Produces well balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate. Sedimentation: low to medium. Final gravity: medium. Pitching instructions: Re-hydrate the dry yeast into yeast cream in a stirred vessel prior to pitching. Sprinkle the dry yeast in 10 times its own weight of sterile water or wort at 27C± 3C(80F ±6F). Once the expected weight of dry yeast is reconstituted into cream by this method (this takes about 15 to 30 minutes), maintain a gentle stirring for another 30 minutes. Then pitch the resultant cream into the fermentation vessel. Alternatively, pitch dry yeast directly in the fermentation vessel providing the temperature of the wort is above 20C(68F). Progressively sprinkle the dry yeast into the wort ensuring the yeast covers all the surface of wort available in order to avoid clumps. Leave for 30 minutes and then mix the wort e.g. using aeration.

Style (BJCP)

Category: 15 - Irish Beer

Subcategory: B - Irish Stout

Range for this Style
Original Gravity: 1.042 1.036 - 1.044
Terminal Gravity: 1.009 1.007 - 1.011
Color: 31.7 SRM 25 - 40
Alcohol: 4.3% ABV 4% - 4.5%
Bitterness: 39.0 IBU 25 - 45

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