Clone Extract Brown Ale Recipe Kit
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Rogue Ales. Newport, Oregon.
Makes 5 US gallons
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This is one I try to brew often! If you use the amount of hazelnut that comes with it, it will blend in with the beer and not really stand out. I buy an extra bottle of flavoring and keep adding it to taste in the bottling bucket. If you double it, it tastes like nutella after some aging!
I brewed this for the Emerald Coast Beer festival. Very good tasting brown ale. One of the best I have had. One exception was I wanted more hazelnut flavor so when I kegged, I added 1 tablespoon of Hazelnut extract I bought from Sam's. It was a HUGE hit at the festival. Keg floated quickly. I had one fella who wanted to know what brewery I was from so he could buy and serve at his pub! Side note, if you want it more of a after dinner (dessert) beer then add more hazelnut flavor. As its shipped its a very subtle almost lost taste of hazelnut. The 1 TBS I added of extract made it a noticeable flavor. Even more would push it to a dessert beer.
Very good Nut Brown. The hazelnut is not exactly like Rogues as the extract seems to blend in to all the other flavors as opposed to having it's own flavor event like Rogue does. Still an excellent brew. Make sure you drink this on the warmer side to get the flavors. Too cold and you lose the nuts.
I have this on tap right now and it turned out great. The flavor is spot on, except the hazlenut, which like the other poster said sort of blends in with the brew instead of having it's own kick. This is a fantastic brew that I'd most definately brew again!
This is a great beer, took others suggestions and added 1 additional oz of hazelnut. This beer ages well and is worth the wait. Would def recommend