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Cold brewed coffee

Do not add the grounds. Add the liquid. And a gal. sounds like WAY too much. When I make a coffee beer, generally a cup or two of strong coffee is plenty.
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Just brewed a "White Stout" - Looking for feedback on additives

This peaked my interest awhile back, there are a lot of articles of big breweries doing this Unicorn of brewing. From what I've found it's really expensive to do right (without chemical color ...
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Chocolate and Coffee Additions

I would just boost the dextrins in the beer knowing that you will have additional oils from the chocolate (and the coffee). While its a good idea, I'm not sure cold-crashing/skimming would get all of ...
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Comparing Espresso Stout to a Coffee Stout

Espresso is just a method of making coffee. What if it was "Drip Filter Coffee Stout" ?! When I have added coffee to a stout (and I've only done it once), I used pre-roated coffee beans, and ...
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Specific gravity after adding cold-pressed coffee?

You started with 128 x 4 = 512oz of beer at 1.018. You added 27 ounces of coffee. We will treat the coffee like water, since it contains no fermentable sugars. You've diluted the beer by (27/512) ~ 5....
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Specific gravity after adding cold-pressed coffee?

It is inconsequential. When steeping coffee when hot or cold (same with tea really), there is no appreciable addition of anything that would change the density of the water. Let's look at this at ...
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Just brewed a "White Stout" - Looking for feedback on additives

This is a tough question because most of the easy answers will earn flames from the purists. It can easily be argued that a beer that gets its flavor from vodka extracted augments is really just a ...
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Would coffee wine be at all similar in taste to Kahlua?

I have made coffee wine before and it was the biggest pain of all the wines I made, it never stopped foaming! Maybe I did something wrong. As for the taste, wine never really tastes like what it is ...
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Would coffee wine be at all similar in taste to Kahlua?

This is the recipe I use to make Kahlua. 1 qt water 2 1/2 cups Sugar 3 tablespoons of instant coffee 1 tablespoon of Vanilla 2 1/2 cups Vodka Bring water, sugar, and coffee to a boil in a saucepan. ...
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