These kits include all grains, hops, and yeast needed to brew the recipe according to the instructions found in CAMRA’s Essential Home Brewing book.
Deya – Hokum Stomp Oatmeal Porter
Founded in 2016 by Theo Freyne, Cheltenham- based DEYA focuses on brewing fresh, delicious beers with a focus on the soft, intense and hoppy. After completing a degree in brewing and distilling at Heriot Watt university in Edinburgh, Freyne gained commercial experience at Five Points in London and Odell Brewing Company in Fort Collins, Colorado. DEYA acquired their kit from Cornwall’s Harbour Brewing, and started brewing at their current location in 2016. Flagship beer Steading Rolling Man (a hazy and juicy pale ale) fired them into the spotlight and they now struggle to keep up with the demand.
Hokum Stomp is a rich and chewy oatmeal porter with a plethora of biscuit, crystal and roasted grains. It has a luscious, smooth milk chocolate flavour and texture with a dark fruit and coffee hit coming from a combination of an intricate malt bill and English Bramling Cross hops.
Crisp Extra Pale Maris Otter (3760 grams)
Rolled Oats (410 grams)
Weyermann® CaraAmber® (410 grams)
Dingemans Aromatic Malt (280 grams)
Crisp Crystal Malt (280 grams)
Weyermann® Carafa Special® Type 3 (160 grams)
Crisp Chocolate Malt (140 grams)
Thomas Fawcett – Pale Chocolate Malt (140 grams)
Crisp Dextrin Malt (110 grams)
Magnum Pellets (10 grams)
Bramling Cross Pellets (50 grams)
SafAle™ US-05 11.5g (1 packs)
Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): Robust Porter
Batch Size: 20L
Original Gravity: 1061
Final Gravity: 1018
ABV %: 5.6
Temperature °C: 67
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: n/a
Out time (mins): n/a
Boil time (mins): 60
Additions and timing:
Magnum FWH 10g
Bramling Cross 0mins 50g
Secondary additions and timing:
Fermentation temperature/steps: 19c
Every effort is made to match the brewery recipe precisely, but at times it maybe necessary to change some of the listed ingredients on the recipe to alternatives due to seasonality or availability, but in all cases we do our best replace with something that won’t impact on the overall taste and flavour of the beer.