Dark Cherry Stout Beer Recipe Kit

  • Dark Cherry Stout homebrew in a glass

Dark Cherry Stout Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1420

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$36.99

Product Details

A classic dry stout, black in color, with the sharp bite of roasted barley and laced with cherry extract.

If you enjoyed Night Cap Cherry Stout, you'll love this kit!


Our Dark Cherry Stout is a classic dry stout, jet black with a tan head and the espresso-like bitterness of roasted grain. But it's also laced with natural cherry extract, which cuts through the burnt-coffee character and adds a subtle fruit flavor and aroma. Not overpowering like many fruit beers, this is a more restrained brew. Adding the cherry extract to taste at bottling lets you fine-tune the level of cherry character.

 

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Additional Information

SKU 1420
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1053

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Spice or Fruit Beer,Stout/Porter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

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Kenneth N.

Dark Cherry Stout Beer Recipe Kit

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Ted M.
Great tasting beer

I’ve brewed this many times and have always liked it I don’t like the cherry flavored juice they ship with the kit because it is too sweet and tastes like medicine. Instead, I buy a small bottle of 100% Tart Montmorency Cherry Concentrate juice. I empty and sanitize the cherry juice bottle they ship and fill it completely full with my tart cherry juice — about 5 ounces (more if you want more cherry taste). You will taste the cherry and it won’t be sicking sweet. I also added a 4 ounce bag of coca nibs. The first taste is cherry and it finishes with chocolate. I call this modification Chocolate Cherry Stout. You can find the cherry concentrate in most grocery stores in the refrigerated section.

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Bill C.
Mystery

Just Made the batch Saturday, the instructions did not fit the ingredients. Should turn out fine. We'll see in 6 weeks!

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jim F.

The recipe call for dark malt and i was sent light malt.