Peace Coffee 2nd Crack Stout Extract Kit w/ Steeping Grains


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When we set out to create a rich new coffee stout recipe, we knew that good-to-the-last-drop just wouldn’t cut it. Our recipe had to be nothing less than great—from perfect pour down to that last “damn fine” drop. Fortunately, we found a partner as fanatical about great brews as we are…and in our own backyard!

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Peace Coffee 2nd Crack Stout Extract Kit w/ Steeping Grains (Beer Kits)

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The revolutionary roasters at Peace Coffee travel the world seeking out the finest small-scale coffee farmers, then roast the beans to perfection and deliver them by bicycle all over the Twin Cities. What makes us love them so? Is it their premium organic beans? Their obsessive commitment to quality? The complex flavors and aromas of their coffee?

It was love at first whiff. With roasters and brewers united, we crafted a sturdy stout fortified with a blend of light and dark roast coffees from both hemispheres. Smoky and sweet, but packing a powerful punch and just the right balance of rich malt, berry and bittersweet cocoa. Sure, you could brew with any old cuppa joe. Just like you could drink any old beer. But you’re not here to settle, and neither are we. So give Peace a chance and taste for yourself what all the buzz is about!

Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Beer Style Stout/Porter
Regional Style USA
Color Dark
Original Gravity 1064
Total Time to Make 4 weeks
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Is it recommended to put the coffee in a mesh or muslin bag when adding it or do the coffee grounds settle fairly well?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2015
Best Answer: You should not need to put them in a filter bag...though you may consider something for the transfer into the a strainer, a false bottom, boil screen, transfer via siphon racking cane...or a filter bag..but they settle out well so that should not be needed, though you do want to make sure you do not get all of the grounds into the fermentor.
Reply · Report · James JStaff on Jul 13, 2015
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What is the finished gravity suppose to be?
Mathieu G on May 28, 2015
Best Answer: Overall the FG will be variable on any recipe, and there are things you can do to make it more dry (using honey or corn sugar to increase ABV). As long as you hit between 1.010 and 1.020 on your FG you should be in good standings.
Reply · Report · Chase TStaff on May 31, 2015
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Has anyone tried cold brewing the coffee and adding it in a secondary fermentation? Does this make a noticeable change? This is how I've done coffee stouts previously, and I'm wondering if it makes that big of a difference.
Lenny on May 5, 2015
Best Answer: There are many different ways to incorporate coffee into your beer. The cold press option is a great way to get this done and may lend less acidity and possible astringency to the beer. That being said the addition to the boil is also effective in making a fine beer.
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