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Help with spice additions for a pumpkin porter

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beers 6567 º places 146 º 19:50 Sun 9/30/2012

Originally posted by drowland
Originally posted by cbfobes
Danny was just being his usual dickish self. :)


Understatement of the year!




 
drowland
beers 9186 º places 292 º 20:04 Sun 9/30/2012

^zing!

Hey, Mikey, he likes it!

Also, come to RBWG

 
GothGargoyle
beers 2588 º places 17 º 07:54 Mon 10/1/2012

I recently made a Pumpkin beer that turned out pretty well.

Use Sugar Pumpkins (also known as Pie Pumpkins) rather than the kind you use for carving. Cut the pumpkin up into 1 inch cubes, coat in brown sugar and roast for about 60 minutes.

Spice wise I used cloves and cinnamon sticks in the boil. The cloves definitely add some good character.

 
Wittales
beers 884 º places 92 º 22:00 Mon 10/1/2012

Pumpkin pie spice and brown sugar, I used while you bake the pumpkins

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