Blueberry Cobbler Berliner

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  1. Rothrock Brewing Company

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    Looking at taking one of my go-to Farmhouse Kettle Sour recipes that I commonly fruit up and turning it into a
    “Blueberry Cobbler Berliner”

    Check my shared recipe in the link at the bottom...

    Thinking of adding a small amount of (Flaked Oats) as well as (Lactose) to give the proper “cobbler” appeal but I’m not sure how much.

    Once primary is completed, I’ll rack in onto a mixture of pasteurized blueberries, cinnamon and vanilla to complete the cobbler ... but again, not sure how much.

    Any thoughts?

    https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/embed/752581
     
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    A well known brewery here adds Graham crackers along with the vanilla. This one is absolutely delicious and I'm certain there is quite a bit of lactose.
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    Love the concept of Graham Crackers instead of oats!
     
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    I wish I could give more help. It truly is as good as it looks. Weldwerks doesn't cut corners.
     
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    I've got an apple version recipe sitting in the queue waiting for it's time, so this is just guessing. And I was going to try a 50/50 wort, apple juice approach so I don't know how much it would help. At the end I didn't think the recipe changed that much from a normal kettle sour. I was mainly going to mash higher and shorter and try a lower attenuating English yeast. Lactose was going to be added to taste at packaging, so I don't really have a good number as a starting point yet. It was aiming for tart first, with the sweetness coming later.

    Recipe here - https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/779681/apple-crumble
     
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