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Persephone's Deception Pomegranate Dubbel Extract Kit

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SKU# UB11130

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Get caught up in this beer of mythological proportions. This garnet hued beauty is deceptively strong and complex, enough so that Hades would want to claim it for himself. Dense layers of grainy pilsner, toasty munich, and hints of fig, raisin, and slight caramel are joined by delicious pomegranate and complemented with classic Belgian yeast character. It may be tempting to drink this beer fresh, but spending 6 months in the underworld of your beer cellar will result in a bountiful beer harvest.

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Persephone’s Deception - Pomegranate Dubbel

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Get caught up in this beer of mythological proportions. This garnet hued beauty is deceptively strong and complex, enough so that Hades would want to claim it for himself. Dense layers of grainy pilsner, toasty munich, and hints of fig, raisin, and slight caramel are joined by delicious pomegranate and complemented with classic Belgian yeast character. It may be tempting to drink this beer fresh, but spending 6 months in the underworld of your beer cellar will result in a bountiful beer harvest.

Brewing Notes:
  • Style: Fruit beer (Belgian Dubbel base)
  • Fermentation Range: 65 - 78F
  • OG: 1.068
  • SRM: 14
  • IBUs: 21
  • ABV: 7.6%
Tasting Notes:
  • Grainy, slightly toasty
  • Fig, raisin, caramel notes
  • Subtle pomegranate flavor
  • Classic Belgian yeast character
  • Medium body with a long finish
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Persephone's Deception Extract Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBelgian
Original Gravity1068
Total Time to Make8 weeks
Reviews
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Delicious
WOW! Just transfered this to the keg. A sample was excellent. Not sure if we can wait another 4 months for this treat! Highly recommended 4 stars for making me wait.
December 18, 2016
You should make it
I make about 25 batches every year and have been doing so for 10+ years. This is probably the best beer I have made in the last five. It doesn't sound like it would be good, but it is phenomenal. Interestingly enough, I am an enormous hophead and love over the top resinous, piney west coast IPAs, which this absolutely is not. It is just a little sweet and smooth, with a good mouthfeel and little after taste. I have shared with a bunch of friends including some bud lite crowd and everyone has thought it was great. I don't believe I have ever posted a review before, but this was so good I had to let you know.
July 15, 2017
This is one of the best beers I've made yet. I cracked my first bottle the other night after waiting for 6 painful weeks,and it's fantastic, it's not yet fully carbonated, needs another week or so, but the flavor is still just as explained in in the description.
August 20, 2017
Purchased
3 months ago
My batch was not as expected
This is my first so-so review of an NB kit. My OG was on point and primary fermentation went well, secondary lasted 4 weeks, it completely stagnated, checked FG and was at 1.014... so transferred to corny keg, and added 1/4 of the extract bottle to the non-carbonated warm beer, stirred and tasted...whoa I may have put too much (only 1/4). So chilled and force carbonated, tasted the product... not as dark as Dubbel, more of an Amber ale color, for my palette, not the figs, raisin tasting notes I was looking for... the Pomegranate was too strong, for the thinner body of the Beer... meh... not my re-brew list...
October 5, 2017
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What's the expected ABV?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: about 5.5% to 6% depending of FG
The recipe says talks about aging this for 6 months. Are they talking in the secondary or in bottles? Where would it age best? If in the secondary this means you have to wait to put puree in correct?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It means ageing in the bottle, a lot of beers benefit from bottle conditioning.
Would Whitelabs P320 be a good fit? I will be washing some this weekend and will have 4 pintjars of gen2 on hand
Matthew M on Feb 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: While you could use that yeast it would be much more like a German dunkles weissbier than a Belgian Dubbel.
Would whitelabs p320 be a good fit? I will be washing some wlp320 this coming weekend. And will have 4pint jars full of gen2 yeast
A shopper on Feb 27, 2017

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