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Thoughts on marshmallows


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MuertosPorter 24:1
Originally posted by SudsMcDuff
Originally posted by MuertosPorter
The Bruery once did a Símores variation of Chocolate Rain. It was served from a firkin, with if I remember correctly, had 2 lbs of marshmallow, 2 lbs of chocolate, and 1 lb of graham cracker. It tasted very much like a booze soaked Símore. It was pretty intense, but also very good.


was it brewed with those ingredients or just stuffed into the firkin?


As far as I know, just stuffed into the firkin.
3/19/2012 6:29:12 PM

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JW77 22:
Yeah i was going to toast them first of course if I added them to secondary. So basically the thought might be to drop them all in secondary graham crackers, toasted marshmellows, and maybe a bit of cocoa powder. I have also had the thought of the meadowfoam honey and going the braggot route. By doing a stout then blending.
3/20/2012 12:53:16 PM

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