1744 Porter Parti-Gyle Brewday
Welcome to the first brewday blog. It’s a couple days now since I brewed but I thought it would be a good addition to the site.
This is going to be the first time brewing this recipe with the changes in place for making 2 beers from it. It was quite an experience and I am really excited to taste the results.
The brew was a modification to my 1744 Porter which is originally based on a recipe from BYO magazine with some tweaks for my taste, experience and efficiencies. This latest version of the recipe was also modified using my Partigyle calculation to create 2 full batches of beer.
Because the porter itself it pretty big, this recipe uses 25.7 pounds of grain.
|Batch Size||Boil Time||IBU||SRM||Est. OG||Est. FG||ABV|
|11 gal||0 min||0.0 IBUs||26.1 SRM||1.055||1.014||5.4 %|
|Name||Cat.||OG Range||FG Range||IBU||SRM||Carb||ABV|
|Baltic Porter||12 C||1.06 - 1.09||1.016 - 1.024||20 - 40||17 - 30||2.3 - 2.8||5.5 - 9.5 %|
|Pale Malt (2 Row) US||17.804 lbs||69.27|
|Amber Malt||3.55 lbs||13.81|
|Brown Malt||3.55 lbs||13.81|
|Black (Patent) Malt||12.8 oz||3.11|
|Mash Out||168°F||10 min|
|Download this recipe's BeerXML file|