Chocolate Bock

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  1. LlewellynBrewHaus

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    So wedding party blew both kegs I provided at the reception this weekend :D so now it's on to planning phase on what to refill them with. SWMBO requires an IPA and the other I've been dreaming of a chocolate bock.
    OG 1.065 ish
    schill kolsch malt
    munich 10L
    caramunich II
    german bock yeast
    caoca at end of boil
    nibs in secondary
    nothing set in stone yet-wanting feedback on experiences others have had and assist me in crafting this bad boy
    Go Go GO

    Prost!
     
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    let it age longer than the ipa, or use gelatin because it will be cloudy and heavier in body otherwise if you drink is too soon but it should be good
     
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    Rummaging through the freezer I found 3 lbs of fresh Michigan cherries we froze earlier this season...hmmm maybe they could find a new life inside that chocolate bock
     
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    chocolate, cherry, bock. please.
     
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    Chocolate, cherry, and vanilla, all the ingredients of a "Black Forest Cake" in a glass! In fact, mine's called "Schwarzwald Heavy" because it's based on a wee heavy....
     
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