mackeson 1936

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  1. chub1

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    Going to do a small batch of a 1936 Mackeson stout tomorrow. Did one previously and used MJ Empire yeast and was dissapointed that it didn't get me to my desired FG although taste wise it was pretty spot on for a Mackeson.Using Gervin this time.
    5 litre batch- dunk sparge -60 min mash-60 min boil
    300 gm Pale malt
    75 grm Brown malt
    65 Grm Choc malt
    25 Grm roast barley
    10 Grm oats
    454 Grm liquid extract at start of boil
    70 Grm Lactose at 10 mins
    1/2 protofloc tablet at 15 mins
    10 Grm Goldings (EKG) at 60 mins
    4 Grm "" "" at 20 mins
    Expected OG 1051 Expected FG 1011 Expected abv 5.2% IBU 36.74 SRM 30.62

    Oh Oh,put this in wrong place-sorry:rolleyes:
     
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    try shaking it longer or adding yeast nutrient, makes a big difference
     
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