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A milk stout (brewed with lactose sugar for body and residual sweetness) laced with pure cacao nibs in secondary, this tenebrous concoction is rich and heady. Look for an opaque ebony pint capped with dark foam and a flavor reminiscent of straight espresso laced with chocolate liqueur and sweetened with turbinado sugar. Very full-bodied, round, and filling with bittersweet hints around the edges. Excellent as a nourishing restorative or as an ice cream topping.
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Beer Kit Yield 3 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Chocolate Milk Stout BIAB Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1052 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
3.5 / 5.02 Reviews2nd time greatThe first time I made this it was just ok. But it was my first time with BIAB. The 2nd time I hit the mark. Not quite as smooth as you might want until about 2 months in the bottle. After that, hints of chocolate and coffee. Nice stout, not overpowering with the burned malt flavor, but more a rich taste.March 26, 2017Purchased
10 months agoEfficiency problemsEfficiency was bad. First time at BIAB so not sure what went on.May 2, 2016Response from Northern BrewerCustomer service loves to help ensure only the best beer is made, or we can see what we can do to take care of every customer. There are many ways to ensure good efficiency via BIAB, please contact us if we can help advise. Cheers!November 21, 2016Northern Brewer N
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerIt says additional equipment needed but I see none listed? Additionally, the video does not exist.BEST ANSWER: It's saying since it's all grain BIAB you'll need some other equipment. Depending on what you already have, you need some extra items. If you already have a good sized kettle..I'd say go with 10 or 15 so you're good if you want to do 5 gallon batches and have room. There is a equipment kit they sell with what you need as well. If you haven't done all grain at all before I'd suggest you do some research and understand how the process differs, as well as how all grain and extract both differ from BIAB in some ways.