Belgian White Recipe Revision

So uh… Hmmm… Mayonnaise? Hopefully I didn’t cause anyone too much grief on Monday when I posted my new recipe for a Belgian White. They say you can brew with just about anything, but mayonnaise has been a joke the writers at BIMP have been throwing around for years. Although we are no strangers to out of the ordinary brewing ingredients, we have not yet perfected our line of “aioli ales.” However… Now that we’ve had our fun, I have made a slight revision on the Belgian White recipe. Here’s the actual recipe for our BIMP Belgian White.

Belgian White - Recipe - Actual

Wynkoop’s Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout

Just when you’ve thought you’ve brewed with everything… Enter bull testicles! Wynkoop Brewing Company in Denver, Colorado definitely made me smile with this new recipe. There are literally 25lbs of bull testicles in this 8 barrel batch of Foreign Export Stout. The recipe started as an April Fool’s joke, but later bloomed into the “Ballsiest Beer Ever.” So how does it taste? Here’s a description posted on their webpage.

Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout is an assertive foreign-style stout, slightly viscous, with a deep brown color. It has equally deep flavors of chocolate syrup, Kahlua, and espresso, along with a palpable level of alcohol and a savory umami-like note.It finishes dry and roasted with a fast-fading hop bite.

Either way, please refrain from bringing any testicle beers to our next homebrew competition at Great Fermentations or you may be the only one drinking it 😉