Chocolate Milk Stout All Grain Beer Recipe Kit
What happens when your favorite childhood indulgence grows up? It gets even better. Pour yourself a rich, frothy glass of Chocolate Milk Stout and find out for yourself. This delicious drink is DEFINITELY not for the kids.
Packed with the best ingredients, our Chocolate Milk Stout recipe kit delivers a milk stout brewed with lactose sugar for body and residual sweetness, then laced with pure cacao nibs in secondary. The lactose is unfermentable by yeast, so it adds a milky, creamy, rich sweetness and lots of body. To make it even more irresistible, we load it with 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 to your hand-crafted brew.
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 even as an ice cream topping. You're a grown-up now. You call the shots.
Yield: 5 GallonsNote: We have improved the recipe to include real chocolate instead of chocolate extract. The gourmet cacao nibs now used in the kits provide a deep and entirely natural chocolate flavor.
|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||Spice or Fruit Beer,Stout/Porter|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Great so far!
This stout kicks ass. Its smooth, roasted and chocolaty. I will be brewing this one again.
Kegged this yesterday so may be premature, but the flavor was incredible. I'll be very pleased with this batch. My OG came in a bit higher bc I threw in some extra 2-row I had lying around. Also swapped out whiskey for vodka with the cocoa nibs. I actually boiled 100ml of water then added the nibs, kind of like a hop stand. Let that sit for two days then added 100ml of whiskey. Two more days, then added to fermenter. Ended at 6.4% which I'm happy with, though a bit higher than it calls for. Going to put it on nitrogen. What I liked about this beer is the body and mouthfeel, residual sweetness, and just enough chocolate to not overpower. Will definitely brew this again.
It came out excellent....Rich flavor and smooth creamy to swallow.
I will buy it again.