Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 7,2%
IBU: 62
Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 7,5%
IBU: 46
Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 6,4%
IBU: 149
Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 6,6%
IBU: 22
Andreas Häggström
11 L
ABV: 5,1%
IBU: 41
Andreas Häggström
11 L
ABV: 5,0%
IBU: 41
Andreas Häggström
11 L
ABV: 6,5%
IBU: 40
[N/A]
20 L
ABV: 5,3%
IBU: 62
Andreas Andersson Carlgren
20 L
ABV: 5,4%
IBU: 85
Anders Nilsen
23 L
ABV: 3,5%
IBU: 16
Daniel Grankvist
Spruce Twig Brewery

SMaSH Mosaic

American Pale Ale

10 L
ABV: 5,5%
IBU: 34
Martin Sundin
21 L
ABV: 9,1%
IBU: 71
Andreas Häggström
22 L
ABV: 6,1%
IBU: 25
Andreas Häggström
Ärlans Bryggeri

solera

Ljus belgisk ale

23 L
ABV: 5,8%
IBU: 4
Dan
21 L
ABV: 6,0%
IBU: 65
Dan
Dan

Sunes Gubbfika

Imperial Stout

19 L
ABV: 12%
IBU: 66
Andreas Häggström
11 L
ABV: 9,0%
IBU: 37
Quisten & Gaarden Bryggeri
19 L
ABV: 7,4%
IBU: 17
Quisten & Gaarden Bryggeri
Quisten Gaarden Bryggeri

Le Coq Trappist

Belgian Dark Strong Ale

20 L
ABV: 12%
IBU: 30
Johan
Johan

Zombie Dust-klon

American IPA

25 L
ABV: 6,0%
IBU: 60
Mathias Brorson
23 L
ABV: 5,4%
IBU: 17
Mathias Brorson
Mathias Brorson

Bröl Mörk Stark Belgare

Belgian Dark Strong Ale

23 L
ABV: 9,5%
IBU: 31
Patrik Östmark
Patrik Östmark

Black Wit

Belgian-Style Witbier

19 L
ABV: 5,5%
IBU: 14
Tobias Janius
3
Automagiskt Bryggeri

Pinsam Collaba #2

Belgian Specialty Ale

22 L
ABV: 7,5%
IBU: 35
Tobias Janius
22 L
ABV: 6,3%
IBU: 11
Danne
Team Belgo

Newit

Belgisk wit

23 L
ABV: 5,5%
IBU: 46
Örjan
45 L
ABV: 7,8%
IBU: 27
Anders Nilsen
23 L
ABV: 6,1%
IBU: 20
Lowe Schmidt
Lowe Schmidt

MelonDIPA

Double IPA

23 L
ABV: 8,2%
IBU: 110
Pelle Windestam
23 L
ABV: 0,0%
IBU: 0
Captain's Brewskies
10 L
ABV: 3,6%
IBU: 21
Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 7,5%
IBU: 82
Olle Wreede
18 L
ABV: 5,8%
IBU: 39
Fredrik Dernebo
20 L
ABV: 5,6%
IBU: 77
Fredrik Dernebo
78 L
ABV: 8,0%
IBU: 79
Fredrik Dernebo
54 L
ABV: 7,2%
IBU: 43
Fredrik Dernebo
20 L
ABV: 7,7%
IBU: 97
Fredrik Dernebo
74 L
ABV: 8,8%
IBU: 88
Fredrik Dernebo
11 L
ABV: 5,9%
IBU: 58
Fredrik Dernebo
5 L
ABV: 3,5%
IBU: 63
Fredrik Dernebo
25 L
ABV: 5,1%
IBU: 74
Fredrik Dernebo
27 L
ABV: 5,1%
IBU: 45
Fredrik Dernebo
20 L
ABV: 8,3%
IBU: 91
Fredrik Dernebo
28 L
ABV: 5,9%
IBU: 52
Fredrik Dernebo
20 L
ABV: 7,0%
IBU: 62
Fredrik Dernebo
25 L
ABV: 7,1%
IBU: 57
Fredrik Dernebo
20 L
ABV: 10%
IBU: 84
Fredrik Dernebo
24 L
ABV: 7,0%
IBU: 69
Black Sunset

Black Sunset

Imperial Stout
Hillbilly Brewery
8 december 2017 kl 11:21

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Ölrecept

Mängd Koktid IBU OG FG ABV Kalorier / L Färg
78,0 L 60 min 79 1.084 SG 1.024 SG 8,0% 716 92 EBC
 

Malt

Namn Mängd % Typ Färg
Pale Malt (2 Row) UK 19,00 kg 68,7% Malt 6 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 4,00%
Utbyte: 78%
Potential: 1.036 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 45,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 100%
Protein: 10,1%
Mäskning rekommenderad: Ja
Ursprung: Storbritannien

Base malt for all English beer styles
Lower diastatic power than American 2 Row Pale Malt

Crystal 150 3,00 kg 10,8% Malt 170 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 5,50%
Utbyte: 75%
Potential: 1.035 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 20%
Protein: 11,7%
Ursprung: Finland
Leverantör: MaltMagnus.se

En hög grad av karamelisation är kännetecknande för denna malt. Den bidrar till smak och stabilitet, vanligtvis förbättras skumkvaliteten. Crystalmalts är väl lämpade för vinteröl, aletyp öl och andra aromatiska öl så som mörkt lageröl och stouts. Små mängder kan användas för färgjustering och smakanrikning av ljust lageröl. Jämfört med Cara Pale har Crystalmalts en starkare kola och nötliknande karaktär.

Oats, Flaked 2,50 kg 9,0% Malt 2 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 9,00%
Utbyte: 80%
Potential: 1.037 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 30%
Protein: 9,0%
Mäskning rekommenderad: Ja
Ursprung: US

Adds body, mouth feel and head retention to the beer
Used in oatmeal stouts and porters
Adds substantial protein haze to light beers
Protein rest recommended unless flakes are pregelatinized

Chocolate Malt (Thomas Fawcett) 2,00 kg 7,2% Malt 1001 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 3,00%
Utbyte: 74%
Potential: 1.034 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 10%
Protein: 11,0%
Ursprung: Storbritannien
Leverantör: Thomas Fawcett & Sons

Dark chocolate malt from the UK. Adds strong coffee flavor to your beer.

Carafa III (Weyermann) 1,00 kg 3,6% Malt 1034 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 3,10%
Utbyte: 78%
Potential: 1.036 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 5%
Protein: 10,0%
Ursprung: Germany
Leverantör: Weyermann

Chocolate malt. Dark beers, Alts, Bockbiers. Adds color and aroma.

Roasted Barley 0,15 kg 0,5% Malt 591 EBC
 

Malningsgrad: 1,50%
Fuktighet: 5,00%
Utbyte: 55%
Potential: 1.025 SG
Enzymatisk aktivitet: 0,0 Lintner
Rekommenderad max giva: 10%
Protein: 13,2%
Ursprung: US

Roasted at high temperature to create a burnt, grainy, coffee like flavor.
Imparts a red to deep brown color to beer, and very strong roasted flavor.
Use 2-4% in Brown ales to add a nutty flavor, or 3-10% in Porters and Stouts for coffee flavor.

Humle

Namn Mängd Tid Användning Form Alfa IBU gr/L
Columbus (Tomahawk) 150 gr 60 min Kok Pellets 14,00% 50,3 1,9

26.9 mg/L AA
74,1 AAU
Beta: 5,00%
HSI: 40,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

Engineered Centennial Substitute - High alpha bittering hops.
Used for: Bittering, flavor, aroma - IPA, American Pale Ale, Stout, Lager
Aroma: Pungent, spicy. Strongly aromatic, but clean tasting bitterness
Substitutes: Centennial

Cascade 100 gr 15 min Kok Pellets 5,50% 6,5 1,3

7.1 mg/L AA
19,4 AAU
Beta: 6,00%
HSI: 50,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

A hops with Northern Brewers Heritage
Used for: American ales and lagers
Aroma: Strong spicy, floral, grapefruit character
Substitutes: Centennial
Examples: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Anchor Liberty Ale

Centennial 100 gr 15 min Kok Pellets 10,00% 11,9 1,3

12.8 mg/L AA
35,3 AAU
Beta: 4,00%
HSI: 40,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

Used for: General purpose bittering, aroma in American ales and Wheats
Aroma: Floral, citrus aroma, spicy, clean bittering flavor
Substitutes: Galena, Eroica, Nugget, Bullion
Examples: Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Sierra Nevada Bigfoot

Columbus (Tomahawk) 50 gr 15 min Kok Pellets 14,00% 8,3 0,6

9.0 mg/L AA
24,7 AAU
Beta: 5,00%
HSI: 40,00%
Ursprung: U.S.

Engineered Centennial Substitute - High alpha bittering hops.
Used for: Bittering, flavor, aroma - IPA, American Pale Ale, Stout, Lager
Aroma: Pungent, spicy. Strongly aromatic, but clean tasting bitterness
Substitutes: Centennial

Övriga ingredienser

Namn Mängd Typ Användning Tid
Protafloc 0 gr Klarning Kok 15 min

Används till: Klarning

Yeast Nutrient 10 gr Övrigt Kok 15 min

Används till: Jäsning

Gives yeast nutrients for healthy fermentation. Not needed for most beers, but good for those with a high percentage of adjuncts. Add before yeast.

Jäst

Namn Produkt ID Labb Form Förjäsbarhet Temperatur
SafAle English Ale S-04 DCL/Fermentis Torr 73% 15°C - 24°C

Typ: Ale
Flockulering: Medium
Bäst till: Great general purpose ale yeast.
Max antal generationer: 5
Generation: 0

Fast starting, fast fermenting yeast. Quick attenuation helps to produce a clean, crisp, clear ale. Can be used in a wide range of ales.

Mäskning

Namn Typ Vatten Stegtemperatur Höjningstid Stegtid
Inmäskning Infusion 70,00 L 68°C 2 min 60 min
Utmäskning Temperatur 0,00 L 75°C 10 min 10 min

Malt

Humle

20C. American Porter and Stout

Stilguide

BJCP 2015

Typ

Ale

OG

1.075 - 1.115

FG

1.018 - 1.030

IBU

50 - 90

Färg

59 - 79

Anteckningar

An intensely-flavored, big, dark ale with a wide range of flavor balances and regional interpretations. Roasty-burnt malt with deep dark or dried fruit flavors, and a warming, bittersweet finish. Despite the intense flavors, the components need to meld together to create a complex, harmonious beer, not a hot mess. History: A style with a long, although not necessarily continuous, heritage. Traces roots to strong English porters brewed for export in the 1700s, and said to have been popular with the Russian Imperial Court. After the Napoleonic wars interrupted trade, these beers were increasingly sold in England. The style eventually all but died out, until being popularly embraced in the modern craft beer era, both in England as a revival and in the United States as a reinterpretation or re-imagination by extending the style with American characteristics. Style Comparison: Like a black barleywine with every dimension of flavor coming into play. More complex, with a broader range of possible flavors than lower-gravity stouts.

Förebild

American –Bell’s Expedition Stout, Cigar City Marshal Zhukov’s Imperial Stout, Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout, North Coast Old Rasputin Imperial Stout, Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout; English – Courage Imperial Russian Stout, Le Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout, Samuel Smith Imperial Stout

Ingredienser

Well-modified pale malt, with generous quantities of roasted malts and/or grain. May have a complex grain bill using virtually any variety of malt. Any type of hops may be used. American or English ale yeast.

Profil

Aroma: Rich and complex, with variable amounts of roasted grains, maltiness, fruity esters, hops, and alcohol. The roasted malt character can take on coffee, dark chocolate, or slightly burnt tones and can be light to moderately strong. The malt aroma can be subtle to rich and barleywine-like. May optionally show a slight specialty malt character (e.g., caramel), but this should only add complexity and not dominate. Fruity esters may be low to moderately strong, and may take on a complex, dark fruit (e.g., plums, prunes, raisins) character. Hop aroma can be very low to quite aggressive, and may contain any hop variety. An alcohol character may be present, but shouldn’t be sharp, hot, or solventy. Aged versions may have a slight vinous or port-like quality, but shouldn’t be sour. The balance can vary with any of the aroma elements taking center stage. Not all possible aromas described need be present; many interpretations are possible. Aging affects the intensity, balance and smoothness of aromatics. Appearance: Color may range from very dark reddish-brown to jet black. Opaque. Deep tan to dark brown head. Generally has a well-formed head, although head retention may be low to moderate. High alcohol and viscosity may be visible in “legs” when beer is swirled in a glass. Flavor: Rich, deep, complex and frequently quite intense, with variable amounts of roasted malt/grains, maltiness, fruity esters, hop bitterness and flavor, and alcohol. Medium to aggressively high bitterness. Medium-low to high hop flavor (any variety). Moderate to aggressively high roasted malt/grain flavors can suggest bittersweet or unsweetened chocolate, cocoa, and/or strong coffee. A slightly burnt grain, burnt currant or tarry character may be evident. Fruity esters may be low to intense, and can take on a dark fruit character (raisins, plums, or prunes). Malt backbone can be balanced and supportive to rich and barleywine-like, and may optionally show some supporting caramel, bready or toasty flavors. The palate and finish can vary from relatively dry to moderately sweet, usually with some lingering roastiness, hop bitterness and warming character. The balance and intensity of flavors can be affected by aging, with some flavors becoming more subdued over time and some aged, vinous or port-like qualities developing. Mouthfeel: Full to very full-bodied and chewy, with a velvety, luscious texture (although the body may decline with long conditioning). Gentle smooth warmth from alcohol should be present and noticeable, but not a primary characteristic; in well-conditioned versions, the alcohol can be deceptive. Should not be syrupy or under-attenuated. Carbonation may be low to moderate, depending on age and conditioning. Comments: Traditionally an English style, but it is currently much more popular and widely available in America where it is a craft beer favorite, not a curiosity. Variations exist, with English and American interpretations (predictably, the American versions have more bitterness, roasted character, and finishing hops, while the English varieties reflect a more complex specialty malt character and a more forward ester profile). Not all Imperial Stouts have a clearly ‘English’ or ‘American’ character; anything in between the two variants are allowable as well, which is why it is counter-productive to designate a sub-type when entering a competition. The wide range of allowable characteristics allow for maximum brewer creativity. Judges must be aware of the broad range of the style, and not try to judge all examples as clones of a specific commercial beer.