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Let's break it down: a milk stout is a slightly sweeter stout that has lactose, aka milk sugar, added to it. The lactose is unfermentable by yeast, so it adds a milky, creamy, rich sweetness and lots of body. A chocolate milk stout takes the above formula, then adds even more richness with the inclusion of exotic cacao nibs, the seeds that give us chocolate. Unrefined as they are, cacao nibs bring light fruity notes, sumptuous delicate chocolate, and hints of earth.
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 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here! Beer Style Spice or Fruit Beer, Stout/Porter Regional Style British Color Dark Original Gravity 1051 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Browse 1 question and 5 answersShow all answers | Sort byHey, what is the expected Final Gravity of this kit? Mine has hovered around 1.03 for about 3 weeks. Should I get and add more yeast?Best Answer: That gravity reading should be fine to go ahead and bottle at. The number is higher because of the unfermentable lactose sugars that we added.
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