Hey everyone, I am new to the forum but I have been brewing for about 3 years. I am no pro. I usually only do 2-4 batches. Year tops. I always do partial grain. Someday I will do all grain.
That said, I was given some cocoa nibs by a friend and he asked me to make something tasty. I am making it for an event in July so it will likely be warm. I came across something called white stouts and it seemed like a good alternative to stouts and porters.
I came across this recipe and it looks good:http://blog.kegoutlet.com/brewing-a-white-stout-the-recipe/
Problem is I need to convert it to partial mash. I have seen several threads about this but they are all old and any links provided are dead. I also read this but it's above my pay grade: https://byo.com/malt/item/2543-converting-to-partial-mash
Could anyone help me convert this recipe to partial mash?
I would also take any input about the recipe in general as well.
Here is the recipe in case you don't want to go to the link.
NOTE: I am doing a 5gallon batch. The link lists ingredients for 10 gallons. Below I converted it to 5 gallons.
- 10 lb United Kingdom – Maris Otter Pale
- 1.5 lb Flaked Oats
- 1 lb American – Caramel / Crystal 20L
- 1 lb Flaked Barley
- 1 lb American – Smoked Malt
- 0.625 oz Columbus, Pellet, Boil 60 min
- 0.25 oz Kent Goldings, Pellet, Boil 30 min
- 0.25 oz Kent Goldings, Pellet Boil 10 min
- 8oz whole coffee beans last 48hrs
- 3oz cocoa nibs secondary fermentation
- Wyeast 1187 – Ringwood Ale Yeast
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