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I brought some Onyx Stout from Golden Avalanche Brewing Co. a month or two ago to the meeting, and it seemed to be a hit. Here is a recipe that will get you pretty close to that:

Batch Size before boil - 7gal
Batch Size after boil - 5.5gal

Grain Bill    
11lbs -    Pilsner Malt
1.75lbs - CaraMunich Malt
1.75lbs - Munich Malt
.5lb  -     Chocolate Malt
.25lb  -   Carafa II Malt

Mash Schedule
40min @ 145F
20min @ 158F

Hops
1.5oz Cascade 7.5%  (60 min) 44 IBU
1oz Cascade 7.5% (0min) 0 IBU

Yeast/Fermentation
WLP005 British Ale
Ferment @ 66F


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What, no OG?
I've actually never made this recipe. The grain bill and hops were based on malt percentages and IBUs off the production recipe......but the commercial version turns out to be 1.062-65. I think this recipe might be a touch stronger than that.
nice. What kind of efficiency does the Pub system get. I am just wondering compared to a homebrew set up.

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