Oatmeal Stout

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    Brewer #353547 New Member

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    Hi. I'm troubleshooting an oatmeal stout recipe. I'm trying to find a good balance of flavor tending away from too much bitterness (especially from roast). I have a 7.5 gallon boil kettle and use it for BIAB for 5 gallon batches. Thanks in advance for the help. Recipe is as follows:

    9 lb maris otter
    1.5 lb flaked oats
    1 lb vienna malt
    0.5 lb caramel 45
    0.25 lb caramel 60
    0.75 lb chocolate malt (350 L)
    0.75 lb roasted barley

    1 oz liberty @ 60 minutes
    1 oz liberty @ 30 minutes
     
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    Steve Ruch Well-Known Member

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    Replace the roast barley with blackprinz malt.
     
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    Minbari Well-Known Member

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    Stout I make uses 12 oz of chocolate malt and 5oz black malt. You can't see through it, but it doesn't taste burnt
     
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    Craigerrr Well-Known Member

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    For what it is worth, her are the details on my Stout.
    Not intended to be an "oatmeal stout" exactly, but a 7% Stout which includes a couple pounds of flaked oats.
    The Patagonia Malt is pretty much exactly the same as Maris Otter, it is my new go to base malt! The reason for the DME is that getting to 7% is a bit beyond the capacity of my system.
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