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Imperial Stout Extract Beer Kit

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Imperial Stout Extract Beer Kit

SKU: U380x

Similar to IPAs, this traditional Imperial Stout was brewed with a high alcohol content and high hop rate to endure long sea voyages.

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Similar to IPAs, this traditional Imperial Stout was brewed with a high alcohol content and high hop rate to endure long sea voyages. Drink with caution or with good friends.

Our ingredients for this recipe include 6 lb. Dark liquid malt extract, 6 lb. Amber liquid malt extract, 8 oz. Chocolate Malt, 4 oz. Caramel 120L, 8 oz. Roasted Barley specialty grains, 3 oz. Northern Brewer and 1 oz. Willamette.

Note: Due to the amount of fermentable sugars it is strongly recommended to leave in secondary fermentor for 9-12 months to allow flavors to properly mature.
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Additional Information

Beer Style Stout
Origin of Style UK
Color Dark
Gravity Level High
Hop Rating (1-5) 3
Yeast Instructions

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Be Patient with this one!!!!
Awesome Imperial Stout. Let this one age a minimum of 6 months. Everyone who's tried it has asked me to make more. This beer is intense.
January 12, 2010
A whopper!
I let it ferment for one year! Came out great. Everybody loved it. Strong, yet very drink-able. I will brew it again after I try the Barley Wine. Brew it UP!!!!!!!!
January 23, 2010
Wonderful
I've done 2 batches of this. One plain and one I added chocolate and cherry to. Both turned out beautifully after 6 months of bulk aging and another 2 months in the bottle. I highly recommend.
January 28, 2010
Allow to age
I made the mistake of only allowing this beer to age for 3 months total due to my living situation. it still came out great and I'm very happy with the end result, but I would have liked to allow to age for a little longer. Good beer, lots of flavor, strong.
June 16, 2010
Happy Strong Juice
That's what I nicknamed it. Happy Strong Juice. I think this stuff is wonderful. I didn't allow it to age as long as the other reviewers, but was very pleased nonetheless. It would be great to have some of these around in the winter time. Too bad I drank them all in the spring.
Best Imperial Stout Ever!!!
I brewed this in March and just tapped into it this week-end (6 months) and it is the best Stout I have every had... Very strong and very drinkable... I wish I had measured for alcohol content... I will definitly brew this one again.. This was worth waiting for...
September 14, 2010
Fantastic!!
Brewed this one December 6th. Had it hidden in the keg after 3 weeks in the secondary until the end of January. One small party and it's nearly gone! Will definitely be brewing this again. Just wish there was enough left to enjoy it after the full 5-6 months some say to let it sit.
February 23, 2011
Very good
Very bold and tasty. I will be getting another soon. The longer the bottle time the better it gets. My only problem is Im' running out way too quickly. Cheers.
March 27, 2011
Great Beer
I am so happy I brewed this recipe. It turned out great, everyone I let try it loved it especially Stout lovers. I let sit 8 months in the secondary and then 2 months in bottles. I was worried during the brewing I had a boil over when adding the hops so i did not know how it would turn out. Came out great will definitely brew this again.
June 3, 2011
Definitely Imperial quality.
Watch out Old Rasputin! This brew is great. Thick, creamy head, a little mocha, a coffee and a whole lotta flavor. Sip this one by a fire pit or a fireplace. A real tummy warmer.
October 27, 2011
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What is the yield of this kit?
R Y on Mar 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 49 bottles the 1st time 2nd batch, i won't bottle until October. 9 months in the secondary. Best stout I've made, and I've made over 30 different kits. But w/this kit, let it sit.You will be rewarded
Is champagne yeast necessary if FG is where it should be before racking to secondary and I plan to use CBC yeast at bottling?
Aaron B on Nov 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If your SG is where the FG should be I personally would skip the champagne yeast. Shouldn't be necessary. Mine ended a little high and the champagne yeast didn't seem to help much and my bottles are now over carbonated. Hopefully yours turns out better than mine did.

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