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- With an Imperial Stout base, this recipe unites a luxuriously jet black, substantial ale with flavors of rich chocolate and peanut butter. In other words...a decadent dessert in a glass. From the first sip, you can tell from the smooth, creamy mouthfeel and dense, mousse-like foam that this stout tastes like you'll be having another. There's a reason peanut butter cups come in pairs, and Peanut Butter Cup Stout is no exception. Try to drink just one...we dare you! *For the safety of all our customers, Northern Brewer maintains a warehouse free of nut allergens, which means we are not able to include peanut products in this kit. To achieve the deepest peanut-buttery flavor, we recommend adding two 6.5 oz jars of your favorite powdered peanut butter (our Head Brewer prefers PB2). Since most of the oil has been extracted from the powder, you'll get a much creamier, smoother, flavorful beer than using real peanut butter or artificial extracts.
- Style:Imperial Stout
- Fermentation Range:65-70°F
- Thick body & mouthfeel
- Firmly roasty
- Pronounced peanut butter and chocolate flavor
- Moderate bitterness
- Complex malt profile
- Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Peanut Butter Cup Stout Extract Beer Kit Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1.085 Total Time to Make 2 months
- Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 3 answersIf I were to purchase this now (April '18), how long can i store this before having to brew? I would rather wait till end of summer to brew this. So come colder weather, this brew is ready.BEST ANSWER: Hi there- we recommend brewing kits within about 6 months of purchase for the freshest beer, you can still get a good beer though for up to a year! Cheers!Instead of the nibs, what are your thoughts of using the pb2 with premium chocolate?BEST ANSWER: The PB2 should be fine as long as it has reduced oil content. I just dropped mine into the secondary. Premium chocolate powders should be fine. Full on chocolates will have fats that can kill your head retention among other things.How much peanut butter powder does this require?BEST ANSWER: The recipe calls for two 6.5 oz containers. Cheers!
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