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- You don't have to use your little grey cells to know that this is a stout like no other. Taking equal cues from stouts of turn-of-the-century England and the freewheeling tendencies of Francophone Belgian brewers, the end result is devotional to many influences, but beholden to none in particular. Clue 1: Lagered on French oak just long enough to drop bright. Clue 2: Fat-bottomed malt for days, with booze to match. Clue 3: Dark, earthy, spicy English hops straining to breathe free. Ah, but it is the psychology that triomphes over so many, qu'est-ce que c'est, red fishes. Indulge your inner Belgian detective; delve into the secrets that only true Mustache Envy can bring.
Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Mustache Envy Belgian Stout Limited Edition All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style Belgian Original Gravity 1080 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsA great beer!I brewed this a year ago, I liked it very much, so I ordered 2 kits this year. The Belgian yeast adds a lot of flavor to this brewNovember 25, 2015beer of the decadeI have been brewing NB kits for about 15 years. This is the best I have every made. Mustache Envy is listed as a limited edition, but that is foolishness. I will make this kit about every three months for as long as I can still lift 6 gallons of mash. I hope that will be many years in the future because I hope to drink it for decades. Anyone who tries it must have the same reaction.April 19, 2013
- Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 4 answersThoughts on adding a pound of lactose?BEST ANSWER: I have brewed this recipe 3 times and is one of my favorites. It has a nice residual sweetness from the grain bill. I would be cautious about adding lactose.I am new to all grain brewing. Do I need an Accumash:SRM>28 1.080 - 1.090 to brew Mustache Envy? Extract usually has the minerals built in and was wondering about adding the accumash. Cheers!BEST ANSWER: Accumash is designed to get you the right starting material in water to get the right mash balance and flavor balance in the final beer. It is meant to be used with distilled water. You do not need it and if you are getting good results than your water is working fine. Is it perfect for every beer
No way. I only recommend accumash for those that have serious water issues or are looking to take their beer from pretty good even great to amazing.
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