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AG#29 – Naked Imperial Stout

Posted on: June 12, 2010

Naked Imperial Stout
Fingers crossed this will work out better than last weekend!
I’m doing an overnight mash for the first time, makes sure I give it lots of time, a more sensible ABV and amount in the Mash tun:)

Pale Malt 4270g – 75%
Munich Malt 565g – 10%
Chocolate Malt 280g – 5%
Roasted Barley 280g – 5%
Golden Naked Oats 280g – 5%

Golding @ 60 mins 71g (added after boiling to pre-boil volume)
Fuggle @ 60 mins 71g (added after boiling to pre-boil volume)
Saaz @ 10 mins 27g

Final Volume: 14 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.090
Final Gravity: 1.026
Alcohol Content: 8.4% ABV
Total Liquor: 24.1 Litres
Mash Liquor: 14.2 Litres
Mash Efficiency: 75 %
Bitterness: 70 EBU
Colour: 349 EBC

Pale malt, chocolate malt, Munich malt, roasted barley, naked golden oats, and a Teaspoon of Gypsum:
Mash Paddle could do with a bigger grip, has to be held like a Numpty or you get blisters from stirring:
Centre of Mash Temp after overnight Mash:
Good bit of black stuff first runnings:
140g split between Fuggle & Golding hops for the bittering, Saaz hops for the last 10mins:
Did a third sparge, thanks EcDy for the tips, and collected 10L @ 1020 which I boiled down and added back to the copper and boiled until just before my pre-boil volume before adding my bittering additions:
F&G going in!!!:
Saaz hops going in:
Temperature Corrected this is OG:1093 😉 :
Nottingham Yeast Pitched dry at about 24-25c

*Bottled 10th July ’10

**The ‘almost 6 months old taster’ 🙂

Aroma is quite subtle, alcohol and hints of Leather or liquorice.
Taste is also pretty subtle lots of alcohol there.
Carbonation is just a slight tingle, no head retention to mean anything.
Overall smooooth, silky, surprisingly drinkable with a spicy edge.


1 Response to "AG#29 – Naked Imperial Stout"

[…] category winner at the 2010 NCB Comp in Skipton. Excellent beer if I do say so myself. AG #29 – Naked Imperial Stout I only have one bottle left (17th Dec 2011) its a beer worth waiting for 6-12 months to drink. AG […]

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