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    I am in the process of researching coffee beers. I am having a hard time getting responses on usage (mash, kettle, fv, and brite tank) and ratios (lbs/bbl, or gallon). I was wondering if someone had some expirence with coffee or esspresso in their beer recipes.

    thank you for your time

    billings

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    Previous discussions are listed here:

    http://www.probrewer.com/vbulletin/s...=&threadid=167

    http://www.probrewer.com/vbulletin/s...=&threadid=299

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    • #3
      Coffee Beer

      I have made coffee stouts before. I recommend pouring brewed coffee that has been cooled into the serving or bright tank. then carbonate the beer

      We always used 1/2 # Espresso beans ground for flat bottom brewing per 1/2 barrel.

      i hope this helps.

      This produced a nice coffee finish without any astringency

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      • #4
        coffee beers

        I have done many coffee beers and my preferred way to add the coffee is as a "dry hop" in the fermenter after fermentation is complete and the bulk of the yeast has been taken off. I use anywhere from 4-12 oz/bbl.

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