Muntons Premium Canned Hopped Malt Extract connoisseurs series Export Stout.Dark and smooth, a brown ale with a slightly "nutty" character. To really enjoy this ale serve at cellar temperature.O.G. 1040° to 1044°. This can comes hopped. Included yeast is located under the cap.
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I like a stout ale, and this is it. I add cocoa, and coffee to mine for that extra flavor. I boil 4 cups water with 1/4 cup of cocoa, and 1/4 cup unperked coffee grounds for about 5 minutes, then pour it through a strainer into my main boiling pot (containing Munton's and a gallon of water).I also add 4 LBS of honey to start with i add about a gallon of water to my fermenter then the boiled mixture. I add enough water to bring it to about 6 gallons, and about105 degrees. I activate the yeast that comes in the kit, and one packet on Lalvin EC-1118 and pour it into the fermenter. When it stops bubbling I add 4 more pounds of boiled honey. Then repeat for a total of 12 pounds of honey. When that stops bubbling I add 4OZ of honey, and bottle. The result is fantastic. Great flavor with about 14% alcohol.
I use the Munton's Export Stout Kit as the basis for a bourbon reinforced fermentation. I soak oak chips in Evan Williams Black Label in a brew bag and place in the brew bucket the third day. I leave for up to 7 additional days before proceeding to conditioning and bottling. I ad 3 oz of bourbon per gallon and use dark malt for fermentation, 3 lbs. and 1.25 cup of dark malt in conditioning step. Results have been good. Dark rich stout with thick long lasting head. None goes to waste.
Very good will order again
Did exactly what it was supposed to do taste of Drake perfect bitterness I added another 3.3 lb of dark go with it it got a little busy turn it into a 6% Stout but it drank nice
I am a big fan of Sierra Nevada's Narwhal, and I was looking to make a similar home brew. I added two pounds of Munton's extra dark DME and one pound of briess pilsen light DME. I used the supplied yeast and the results were nothing short of miraculous. It makes a very happy beer. This was my first attempt at Stout and I couldn't be happier with the result. Next time I plan on adding coffee during second fermentation.