Northy 12 Belgian Quad All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

  • Northy 12 Belgian Quad homebrew in a goblet with a customer caution in red text: "Advanced, additional equipment needed" to brew this recipe kit
Northy 12 Belgian Quad homebrew in a goblet with a customer caution in red text: Goblet filled with Northy 12 Belgian Quad

Northy 12 Belgian Quad All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

SKU B10993

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$51.99

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 B10993
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

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ROB Z.
Lives up to its name.

After taking the time to make this beer, it lived up to its reputation. I have not tasted the actual Westy 12, but this is a thick, malty, boozy, dark red delight. The time is really the only tough part. Once it got into my 3-tap system, it became very popular. We are considering giving it a permanent spot next to an ever-present NEIPA. I am currently waiting on another batch to ferment out before drinking that last pull out of the first keg.