Better than the timeless glass of chocolate milk, Chocolate Milk Stout takes the classic and incorporates it into a decidedly more adult beverage. Beer and chocolate meld together with the creaminess of smooth lactose sugar to create this delectable stout.
If you enjoyed Cow Chocula Ale, you'll love this kit!
Better than the timeless glass of chocolate milk, Chocolate Milk Stout takes the classic and incorporates it into a decidedly more adult beverage. Beer and chocolate meld together with the creaminess of smooth lactose sugar to create this delectable stout. Opening with a pleasant roasty flavor, Chocolate Milk Stout transitions to an incredibly silky body with all the memory-jogging flavors of freshly mixed chocolate milk. A billowy, firm tan head is the sanctuary for the evocative aromas of chocolate, slight caramel and pleasant roast. It’s udderly delicious.
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|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||Spice or Fruit Beer,Stout/Porter|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
We brewed this recently and it has been awesome. We used double the nibs but other than that the kit was fantastic.
Very creamy, of course, and a pleasant coffee flavor common amongst stouts with a low amount of bitterness. While the chocolate flavor wasn't pronounced, it was more prevalent than other chocolate adjuncts that I've brewed. I owe this to following the recipe's direction to soak the coco nibs in vodka for a couple of days to help release the flavor by (mostly) liquefying the nibs.
This one's definitely a keeper that I will undoubtedly brew again - with some likely small tweaks.
The kit was fantastic! The cocoa nibs worked great. I'm still conditioning the beer and can't wait to try it!
This batch was just what I was hoping it would be - a rich milk stout with a hint of chocolate - a highly drinkable "desert" beer with just the right kick. Will definitely brew this again. My only challenge with this was getting the choco nibs to "dissolve" per the directions - I did what was indicated and just put the dissolved choco, the chunks that didnt dissolve right into the secondary. While much of the chunkage never dissolved (filtered out during final transfer to Keg) , the result was still a marvelous flavor. Enjoy
I made this stout for others to enjoy, because I normally don't care for stouts. This stout has changed my mind.