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Buccaneer Baltic Porter All Grain Recipe

Buccaneer Baltic Porter All Grain Recipe

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Buccaneer Baltic Porter All Grain Recipe

The biggest porter we have ever offered. Rich, and complex, with notes of caramel, toffee, dark fruits, and roast. Full bodied, but remarkably smooth, with a little warming character. Will age quite well, throw a few in the cellar and try it for yourself.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.101
Final Gravity: 1.025
Color / SRM: 115
Alcohol by Volume: 9.76%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 33

Specialty Grains: Munich, Melanoidin, Carafa, CaraAmber
Hops: 8 HBU Packs, Styrian Goldings

Recipe Includes: Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
5 Stars
Bold Porter
Brewed this porter recipe kit for St. Patrick's Day last year. Roasty and strong. Great for sipping on in the winter. My neighbor found a bottle of this in his fridge 10 months after I bottled. Smooth and delicious.
Reviewed by:  on 2/20/2018
5 Stars
Turned out well
Mashed at 150 for 75. Pre-boil 1.064 OG 1.089 FG 1.025. Added 1.5 lbs. LDME and 1 lb. table sugar at 10 min to bump gravity. Pitched a 3 liter starter of WLP001 and added 2 S-05 packets for good luck. Fermented in a Coolbrewing Bag with ice bottles for 2 weeks at 61-65 F. Let free rise after to 78 F for 2 weeks. Kegged at 12 PSI. Tried a glass after one day, and of course no carb aside, this beer tastes just like it should. Rich, raisin, smokey with a slightly sweet residual. You should probably go ahead and use the recommended German Lager yeast, but I wanted to pass on that with cool ferm temps, it is possible to get a great, clean beer with 001. Can't wait to see what 2 months maturation will do.
Reviewed by:  on 8/31/2015
5 Stars
I brewed this beer Oct. 2014, kegged it, and conditioned it for 6 months. I recently tapped it. The kit taste description is right on. It is one of the best porters I have ever had - commercial or home brew. Outstanding beer!
Reviewed by:  on 4/13/2015

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