Imperial Stout Beer Recipe Kit

  • Imperial Stout in a glass

Imperial Stout Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1140

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$46.99

Product Details

Imperial stouts were first brewed in England for export to the royal courts of the Russian Tsars. The Tsars are gone but the beer remains, the "War and Peace" of stouts.

This kit yields a pitch black beer with tan head, resounding with burnt, bitter chocolate character, hops, and syrupy malt. A viscous, chewy body finishing with lots of roast grain and a warming alcohol note. A nice companion on a cold winter night or accompanying chocolate dessert.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

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Additional Information

SKU 1140
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1086

Total Time to Make 4 months
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style British/American Strong Ale,Stout/Porter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Sidney G.
Imperial stout is my favorite stout beer

So a friend of mine recently purchased a pitcher of a very nice brown ale after a kick ass caving trip and I knew exactly how to pay him back! Imperial stout is an excellent beer delicious and high gravity but oh so drinkable! Can’t wait until it is ready to drink!

B
Bret B.
A follow up to my review on 02/26/19

My Imperial stout aged in my 10 gallon small batch whiskey barrels turned out to die for. A real crowd pleaser. Also as it turns out makes a great bbq baster. Love it!

Defiantly recommend.

C
Charles B.
Excellent stout

I brewed and fermented this stout as per instructions. I add a little twist, by soaking oak chips in bourbon for 3 weeks, then adding them to the secondary fermentation. Everyone that has tasted the beer loved it. It was very smooth and silky.

B
Bret B.
So far So good

It's aging in some oak small batch whiskey barrels right now, ill update once done.

K
Kristian P.
just regarding the instruction sheet

Please go over your instruction sheet and try clarify the instructions (remove ambiguity; review requirements for sanitization (e.g. after boiling wort "add cold water" -unboiled?). Warn about hefty reaction after adding yeast. (ask to leave much space in carboy). Comment on the hop component floating to the top. (what will happen to it?

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
0%
(0)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Sidney G.
Imperial stout is my favorite stout beer

So a friend of mine recently purchased a pitcher of a very nice brown ale after a kick ass caving trip and I knew exactly how to pay him back! Imperial stout is an excellent beer delicious and high gravity but oh so drinkable! Can’t wait until it is ready to drink!

B
Bret B.
A follow up to my review on 02/26/19

My Imperial stout aged in my 10 gallon small batch whiskey barrels turned out to die for. A real crowd pleaser. Also as it turns out makes a great bbq baster. Love it!

Defiantly recommend.

C
Charles B.
Excellent stout

I brewed and fermented this stout as per instructions. I add a little twist, by soaking oak chips in bourbon for 3 weeks, then adding them to the secondary fermentation. Everyone that has tasted the beer loved it. It was very smooth and silky.

B
Bret B.
So far So good

It's aging in some oak small batch whiskey barrels right now, ill update once done.

K
Kristian P.
just regarding the instruction sheet

Please go over your instruction sheet and try clarify the instructions (remove ambiguity; review requirements for sanitization (e.g. after boiling wort "add cold water" -unboiled?). Warn about hefty reaction after adding yeast. (ask to leave much space in carboy). Comment on the hop component floating to the top. (what will happen to it?