Northy 12 Belgian Quad Beer Recipe Kit

  • Northy 12 Belgian Quad homebrew in a goblet

Northy 12 Belgian Quad Beer Recipe Kit

SKU B10990

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$57.99

Product Details

Its smooth, medium-heavy body encompasses elaborate flavors of raisin, fig, moderate sweet caramel and dark stone fruits all expertly complimented by classic, time-honored Belgian yeast character. Northy 12's striking deep mahogany complexion and creamy, frothy foam cap are truly a beauty to behold. Be sure to exercise patience with this beer - months of aging will help achieve true beer enlightenment.

Brewing Notes:

  • Style: Belgian Dark Strong Ale
  • Fermentation Range: 65 - 75F
  • OG: 1.090
  • SRM: 28
  • IBUs: 40
  • ABV: 9.6%

Tasting Notes:

  • Complex layers of flavor
  • Medium-heavy body
  • Classic Belgian yeast character
  • Slightly sweet flavor
  • Semi-dry, lingering finish

If you enjoyed Midwesty 12 Belgian Quad, you'll love this kit!

 

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Additional Information

SKU B10990
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1090

Total Time to Make 4 months
Regional Style Belgian
Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Trappist/Belgian Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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John L.
Northy 12 Belgium Quad

Update on First review: Only 6 weeks in bottle and this beer is already fantastic.
Used bottle conditioning yeast to help with carbonation and came out very well
carbonated. Taste is excellent. Will let condition several more months. Will buy
again.

J
John L.
Northy 12 Belgium Quad

Everything went great on brewing day. First fermentation went smooth. I’m
now one month into 2nd fermentation. In two months I will bottle and wait for Christmas. The ABV. came out to 10. Very happy with this beer kit.

J
Joerg
It became my favorite Midwest beer

Having lived a mile from the Belgian border I was missing a good quad. This one hits the spot. I finish it off with about 2lbs of additional honey at the end of boil and it clocks in at almost 10% ABV. Woohoo! Best thing is, because my wife does not like such strong beers it's all mine. Just don't drive afterwards :-)

I give it three weeks in primary and about two months in secondary. Typically I use harvested yeast and we also make a tasty bread from the trub. Baked with wood fire, of course.

P
Paul C.
still waiting

I just bottled this after a 4 month wait. I sampled just a taste from the bottom of the carboy and I have to say it has an amazing flavor even at this stage. I was a little worried having read several other reviews of people not having their batch carbonate. I had a partial bottle and figured what would it hurt to open it at a week in to see if it was carbonating and was greeted with a nice hiss when I popped the top. should be ready to sample the first bottle on Christmas day

M
Michael R.
Dark, strong and sweet

I had Belgian Tripels on a few trips to Belgium so i wanted to try making a homebrew. I never heard of a Belgian Quad but it is a beer style. I am pleased with this brew. My was 8.1%ABV, it carbonated nicely, and has a warm alcohol feel but not overwhelming. I am ordering it again.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
92%
(12)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
John L.
Northy 12 Belgium Quad

Update on First review: Only 6 weeks in bottle and this beer is already fantastic.
Used bottle conditioning yeast to help with carbonation and came out very well
carbonated. Taste is excellent. Will let condition several more months. Will buy
again.

J
John L.
Northy 12 Belgium Quad

Everything went great on brewing day. First fermentation went smooth. I’m
now one month into 2nd fermentation. In two months I will bottle and wait for Christmas. The ABV. came out to 10. Very happy with this beer kit.

J
Joerg
It became my favorite Midwest beer

Having lived a mile from the Belgian border I was missing a good quad. This one hits the spot. I finish it off with about 2lbs of additional honey at the end of boil and it clocks in at almost 10% ABV. Woohoo! Best thing is, because my wife does not like such strong beers it's all mine. Just don't drive afterwards :-)

I give it three weeks in primary and about two months in secondary. Typically I use harvested yeast and we also make a tasty bread from the trub. Baked with wood fire, of course.

P
Paul C.
still waiting

I just bottled this after a 4 month wait. I sampled just a taste from the bottom of the carboy and I have to say it has an amazing flavor even at this stage. I was a little worried having read several other reviews of people not having their batch carbonate. I had a partial bottle and figured what would it hurt to open it at a week in to see if it was carbonating and was greeted with a nice hiss when I popped the top. should be ready to sample the first bottle on Christmas day

M
Michael R.
Dark, strong and sweet

I had Belgian Tripels on a few trips to Belgium so i wanted to try making a homebrew. I never heard of a Belgian Quad but it is a beer style. I am pleased with this brew. My was 8.1%ABV, it carbonated nicely, and has a warm alcohol feel but not overwhelming. I am ordering it again.