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Nagel Family Brewing:
As anyone ever had any luck adding groud coffee at flameout during whirlpool/chilling?

denny:
I prefer one of 2 other ways....either dry bean in secondary or add coffee at bottling/kegging.

bonjour:
Someone went thru a lot of trouble figuring how to best extract the flavor of the bean.  IMHO the best is to rely on that technical knowledge so I use a coffee pot to extract the coffee and add the coffee to my beer when I use coffee.

Lots of brewers have success adding coffee at a variety of points in the brewing process. 

It is really your choice.

Fred

dbeechum:
I prefer to cold steep a very thick slurry of coffee overnight to extract the good stuff without the bad.

mikeypedersen:

--- Quote from: dbeechum on June 07, 2010, 10:53:14 AM ---I prefer to cold steep a very thick slurry of coffee overnight to extract the good stuff without the bad.

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+1.  I have always followed Randy Mosher's "Cold Exraction" advice in Radical Brewing with very good results!

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