Northy 12 Belgian Quad Beer Recipe Kit

  • Northy 12 Belgian Quad Beer Recipe Kit

Northy 12 Belgian Quad Beer Recipe Kit

SKU B10990



Product Details

Inspired by one of the most difficult beers on earth to attain, Northy 12 is a delightful liquid delicacy.

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

Additional Information

SKU B10990
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity


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 3 reviews
Worth the long wait

This beer will take a few months in secondary and you should try to wait some time after you bottle or keg it. As with most of these belgiums they will get better with time. I kegged mine and did not force carbonate, took about a week till fully carbonated. I have the keg in my cellar and have been sipping on this brew for two months now and every glass gets better as time goes by.


Delicious. Took a long time to get carbonated. I suspect that almost all of the yeast settled out during the long secondary fermentation.
It is a very tasty beer, very dark and a whopping 10.2% ABV.

Not your tipical Belgian Ale

told few of my drinkin' friends was making this and their response was they didn't like Belgian ale. This beer has changed their minds. The longer you let it go, the better it gets. I actually got a 10% ABV out of this one. it is a smooth drinking beer but it a slow drinking beer. Not as heavy as it looks. It's worth the wait