DetailsThis Bock recipe is for those who appreciate a rich malty beer. Ingredients: 12 lbs. Domestic 2-Row barley, 6 lbs. Bonlander Munich, 1 lb. Caramel 80°L, 8 oz. Chocolate malt, 4 oz. of hops, priming sugar, and yeast. Yeast upgrade options: Wyeast Bavarian Lager # 2206 or White Labs German Lager # 830.
**Note: Due to the quantity of fermentable sugar, it is strongly recommended to leave in secondary fermenter for 9-12 months to allow flavors to properly blend.
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5.0 / 5.04 ReviewsLots of malt in this oneThis is my first Doppelbock. When I racked this to the secondary, it already tasted pretty good (unlike previous lagers I've made)._x000D_I plan to lager for 6 months before bottling._x000D_You should note that while the instructions state an SG of 1.080-1.084 for 5gal, given the 19lbs of malt that come with the kit you would have to have a really poor mash efficiency (likeMarch 23, 2013great recipeBrewed this one last year and brewing it again this year. will lager it outside during the western pa winter on top of some coco nibsOctober 2, 2012This is a fantastic kit to try!If you're new or versed with doppelbocks, you should definitely try this one. Normally I try to make them in the spring(German tradition), but they are great anytime of the year. Expect robust flavors with this kit, just as any doppelbock provides. I like enjoying this beer with some good dark chocolate or seared venison in a coffee crust. Highly recommend!December 4, 2012Great Doppelbock kit!This is a fantastic doppelbock kit to try whether you are new or versed with them. I normally brew this beer in the spring(German tradition) but they are great to drink year round. I like enjoying the brew with dark chocolate or coffee encrusted venison. I recommend using an English chocolate malt addition to further fortify the robustness. Expect a lot of robust flavors with this doppelbock, just as with any. Highly recommend!December 4, 2012
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