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Ryan
03/04/08 04:47 PM  
100% Brett--other?
I know this isn't stylistically Belgian, but there is no where else I can turn....

has anyone done a 100% Brett Stout? I'm thinking something with oak and bourbon?

MikeT you did this in secondary and killed it at 1.02 as I recall. I thought I'd do the same with the primary.

Thoughts?

tankdeer
03/04/08 06:27 PM  
Re: 100% Brett--other?
YES! Got my "Claussenii Quaker" 100% Brett C. Oatmeal Stout in the primary as we speak. It's been about 2.5 weeks since I brewed it. I tasted it after about 10 days and it was coming along nicely. Smooth and roasty, with a subtle, almost tropical fruitiness that comes through in the finish. Almost like a peach or mango flavor. I have very high hopes for it. : )
Ryan
03/04/08 06:36 PM  
Re: 100% Brett--other?
Oh Geez Tankdeer

I wonder now if reading your previous post is what got me thinking to do this. I read that awhile back. I'm think ing of doing it with lambicus.

Al B
03/05/08 07:32 AM  
Re: 100% Brett--other?
I have a 100% WY lambicus Porter in the secondary. After brewing some historical old porters lately, this was the logical next step.

"Resident Lambicus"

33% pale

33% amber

33% brown

Kent

licorice root

molassis/rapidura sugar / dk candi syrup

tankdeer
03/05/08 11:15 AM  
Re: 100% Brett--other?
<<Oh Geez Tankdeer

I wonder now if reading your previous post is what got me thinking to do this. I read that awhile back. I'm think ing of doing it with lambicus.>>

Yeah, I've posted about it a couple times. Guess I'm a little over excited. : )

I still haven't tried lambicus although it's on the list. This was somewhat of a last minute thing, I was brewing an oatmeal stout over one weeked, and the day before going to pick up my grain, I realized I had a whole cake of WL Claussenii just waiting to be used, so I doubled the batch and did 5 gallons on (most of) the claussenii cake.

 
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