English/Irish/Scottish Ales Jamil's Oatmeal Stout- Partial Mash

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  1. ssam

    ssam Aspirant (292) Dec 2, 2008 California

    My version of Jamil's Oatmeal Stout
    Style-Oatmeal Stout
    Partial Mash
    5 gallons
    OG: 1.056
    FG: 1.015
    ABV: 5.3%
    IBU: 33 Tinseth

    The mash:
    2lbs- 2-row
    .75lbs- Chocolate Malt
    .75lbs- Victory
    .5lbs- Roasted Barley
    .5lbs- Crystal 80L
    1lb- Flaked Oats

    Extract: 4 lbs Light DME

    Hops:
    2 oz EKG @ 60 minutes

    Yeast:
    Starter of WLP002

    This is my tried and true partial mash version of Jamil's Oatmeal Stout. For those who don't know, Jamil Zainasheff is basically the winningest homebrewer ever (and Heretic Brewing) and the original recipe won all sorts of stuff.

    Note:For those doing partial boils, this should fit in a 3gal+ kettle with about 2gal of water. The OG assumes pretty bad mash efficiency 55%(good for noobies).

    Basic Partial Mash instructions: Heat water to around 160F. Add grain in a grain bag and maintain temp range between 145-155 as steadily as possible for 45 minutes to an hour or until conversion. Pull the bag and let drain. Then proceed as normal.