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Denny's BVP recipe? got link?

Anyone have a quick link to Denny’s BVP recipe? Using the search here yields 256 pages and at 61, I doubt I have enough time left on this earth to read thru 256 pages. :wink:

cheers and thanks in advance.

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Thanks, I appreciate that. However, that’s the partial mash version…anyone have the all grain version. (Yes, I know I can convert but it would be nice to have the original in AG.)

cheers.

Edit: nebermind. an all grain version would have in excess of 13lbs if I converted the DME to grain. That is more than my system would take. Also, given the OG of this Porter and the amount of crushed grain it would take to reach that OG, Denny may have intentionally created it as partial mash.

:cheers:

edit2: anyone know the amount to bourbon and vanilla needed for this recipe? i’ll assume they both go in secondary, but perhaps some vanilla goes in the boil. Plan is to use JB Black and Madagascar beans unless anyone knows differently.

:cheers:

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Sorry, missed that it was the pm version. I’ve only brewed it once and it was almost too much for my 10 gallon mash tun. I don’t remember the specifics on the vanilla but we aged it in a bourbon barrel. Man, kinda want to brew it again…

[quote=“airlocksniffer”]http://forum.northernbrewer.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=22693&start=1170#p874952

Sorry, missed that it was the pm version. I’ve only brewed it once and it was almost too much for my 10 gallon mash tun. I don’t remember the specifics on the vanilla but we aged it in a bourbon barrel. Man, kinda want to brew it again…[/quote]

Awesome…jeebus, nearly 20lbs of grain! :shock:

cheers

Here it is…http://wiki.homebrewersassociation.org/ … rialPorter

Whenever someone is looking for one of my recipes, ALWAYS check the AHA recipe wiki first. I archive my recipes there so you can be certain of getting the accurate recipe.

[quote=“Denny”]Here it is…http://wiki.homebrewersassociation.org/ … rialPorter

Whenever someone is looking for one of my recipes, ALWAYS check the AHA recipe wiki first. I archive my recipes there so you can be certain of getting the accurate recipe.[/quote]

Thanks Denny…I was hoping you’d chime in.

cheers.

Hi good luck man and thanks for sharing this post with us.

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