DetailsDiablo de Mayo is a fury of flavor with the hellfire and brimstone of 10% alcohol to match.
Crafty as they come, saintly clarity and sinful ABV pair devilishly drinkable with dauntingly boozy. Crowd-pleasing with a crisp, light body, it destroys all pretense with alcohol that lurks beneath the smooth malt backbone.
Brew for Cinco de Mayo, celebrate all week long, and wake up south of the border.
Yeast starter and 2-stage fermentation strongly recommended, this high-ABV works yeast to the bone.
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3.0 / 5.03 ReviewsGrain Bill?Midwest has a deal of difficulty publishing the grain bill of their kits. Sometimes you can click on a picture of a box to see what's in it, but if there is only a picture of a generic glass of beer and no real description this is a tough sale for me. Details.May 5, 2015DeliciousI read the few reviews and decided to add some extra hops in secondary. It turned out absolutely awesome. Very high ABV and delicious. Would recommend if you plan to dry-hop. Haven't tried without dry-hopping though.September 13, 2016
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Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 2 answerswhat grains does this kit bring for the steeping step ?Any chance of getting this as an all grain kit?BEST ANSWER: HHe'll if I know. If Midwest doesn't have the answer maybe Northern doesIs this best brewed as a lager or an ale?BEST ANSWER: It is designed as a lager and the recommended yeast options are lager strains so doing a cold ferment is critical to making the best beer possible, though you could try making it with Safale US_05, a neutral ale strain. Cheers James J.Grain bill? I want to make this again but, a list of grains used would be helpful. Would really like to know what gives it that pepper kick on the back end to kick it up just a bit more