Belgian Dubbel Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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Dating back to monastic breweries in the middle ages, Dubbels are still produced at abbeys and monasteries in Belgium. This kit yields an authentic Trappist-style ale with a russet color, dense off-white head, and a host of flavors and aromas - spices, flowers, dried fruit, plums, raisins, rum, and toffee - arising from the interaction of grains, sugar, and yeast. A medium-full bodied, complex beer that pairs with everything from cheese to stew to dessert.

Due to the high starting gravity of this kit, we recommend pitching multiple packs of yeast or preparing a yeast starter for best results.

 

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Additional information

SKU 1200
Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity

1062

Total Time to Make 2 months
Regional Style Belgian
Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Trappist/Belgian Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 93 reviews
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Kevin F.
Belgian Dubbel

Very good kit, I have made it many times and it is similar to Corsendonk dubbel. My last batch I added one half pound lactose sugar and natural cheery flavoring to make my version of a Kasteel Rouge. Kevin F.

D
Donald M.

This beer is very flavorful.

M
Mike P.
Belgian Dubbel

This one I am not sure of. I can't say it's good, but I sure am not saying it's bad. The recipe suggested using two packs of yeast. I always use dry yeast and rehydrate it. For all the brews I have made this works well, to the point I always use a blow off tube going into a gallon bucket because of the activity. So I only used one, thinking the rehydrating would be sufficient. It didn't bubble and blurp like I was hoping for. Let it sit in the fermenting bucket two weeks, racked for four weeks. Bottled and let it sit for three weeks. Very low carbonated, to flat. Flavor isn't what I was hoping for. If I make this again I will most defiantly use two packs of yeast.

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William H.G.

Easy to make and tastes great

R
Rex J.
For the Love of Beer

Pretty straight forward kit. It's bottled but untasted officially. The small taste I had from the test sample told me it's going to be an amazing after work beer but definitely not a session beer at 6.8%. This beer could become a regular.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 93 reviews
82%
(76)
14%
(13)
4%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
K
Kevin F.
Belgian Dubbel

Very good kit, I have made it many times and it is similar to Corsendonk dubbel. My last batch I added one half pound lactose sugar and natural cheery flavoring to make my version of a Kasteel Rouge. Kevin F.

D
Donald M.

This beer is very flavorful.

M
Mike P.
Belgian Dubbel

This one I am not sure of. I can't say it's good, but I sure am not saying it's bad. The recipe suggested using two packs of yeast. I always use dry yeast and rehydrate it. For all the brews I have made this works well, to the point I always use a blow off tube going into a gallon bucket because of the activity. So I only used one, thinking the rehydrating would be sufficient. It didn't bubble and blurp like I was hoping for. Let it sit in the fermenting bucket two weeks, racked for four weeks. Bottled and let it sit for three weeks. Very low carbonated, to flat. Flavor isn't what I was hoping for. If I make this again I will most defiantly use two packs of yeast.

W
William H.G.

Easy to make and tastes great

R
Rex J.
For the Love of Beer

Pretty straight forward kit. It's bottled but untasted officially. The small taste I had from the test sample told me it's going to be an amazing after work beer but definitely not a session beer at 6.8%. This beer could become a regular.