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AHS Chocolate Stout (13E) - ALL GRAIN

AHS Chocolate Stout (13E) - ALL GRAIN

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Item Number:BE1-R022070

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This dark and rich beer has what you need. It's a robust stout with some Belgian cocoa!

Specialty malts: chocolate malt, English Crystal, black roasted barley, Black Patent, Flaked Oats
Featured hops: Willamette
Other additives:Belgian cocoa

O.G. = 1.052
F.G. = 1.016
Approximately 4.7% ABV
Approximately 175 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
5 Stars
Outstanding
Brewed this all grain as my first non BIAB all grain batch and it is rapidly shaping up to be one of the best beers I have ever brewed. This is tasting it at the point it was put into a keg. Should only get better from here. The only tweak to the recipe that I made was to soak about 1oz. of cacao nibs in bourbon and add them in the secondary fermenter. I will without question brew this again, but will likely bottle into bombers rather than keg.
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 1/21/2016
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5 Stars
needed extra time to age, but it was good!
I bought the extract kit. Used dry yeast. I followed instructions, except added vanilla beans to primary after fermentation completed. This was my fault, but i bottled about 2/3 of this batch in mickeys 12oz big mouth bottles. These took about a month and a half to be drinkable. A little roasty but still good. I did bottle some of the brew in 16.9oz glass amber bottles as well as one 6 pack of standard 12oz amber bottles. The amber bottles tasted fantastic and were much smoother without the roasty flavor. It was my mistake to use those bottles, and it will not stop me from doing this kit again. I also used the alcohol boost and with the yeast it ran me $25, but that is still good considering other kits of just ingredients can cost double.
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 1/21/2016
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5 Stars
Great Kit!
I brewed the mini mash version on 1-9-16. Left it in primary for 3 weeks and added the malto dextrin during the boil for some more body. I also added 1# of lactose at bottling to make a sweet stout. After 2 weeks in the bottle it has a great mouthfeel thanks to the oats and maltodextrin. Really good taste from the cocoa! This is a great kit by itself or as a base for any kind of stout you are making. I am definetly going to make it again this summer and let it sit until the winter, but on the next time I will also add a secondary with oak chips and vanilla soaked in bourbon now that I know what the base tastes like. Go ahead and get this, you won't be disappointed!
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/13/2016
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5 Stars
Great!
I brewed the mini-mash version to create a mocha stout. Made French press coffee with the wort at the end of the boil that I added back in before fermentation. Lots of positive feedback from friends who wanted more! I imagine it's great on its own, but it certainly was a hit with the added coffee.
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 1/22/2016
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5 Stars
Great brew
Brewed the extract version and it's a great brew. Unbelievable deal at $20 too (already had yeast on hand). Everyone that has tried it has loved it.
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Reviewed by:  from United States. on 1/10/2016
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