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Snow Plow Porter Recipe Kit

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Snow Plow Porter Recipe Kit

SKU: UBK10170

Aged on Bourbon-soaked American oak, flavors of coffee, vanilla and caramel intensify into a blizzard of dark fruit, toasted oak and whiskey.

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Aged on Bourbon-soaked American oak, flavors of coffee, vanilla and caramel intensify into a blizzard of dark fruit, toasted oak and whiskey.



The jet-black body is blanketed in a dirty coffee-cream colored head that offers aromas of smoky, burnt biscuit and a touch of wood on the nose. Robust roasted malt character accumulates alongside caramel sweetness and hops for an intense yet refined flavor profile.



Wonderfully balanced, Snow Plow Porter is smooth and full-bodied, cellaring well for an increasingly complex and satisfying brew.
Details & Instructions

Additional Information

Beer Style Porter
Origin of Style USA
Color Dark
Gravity Level Medium
Hop Rating (1-5) 3
Yeast Instructions

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potent porter!!!
this was my first brew that I used a second fermenter with the bourbon soaked oak blocks. It turned out be an excellent beer with a little extra kick! would recommend it for anyone.
July 31, 2016
great beer
This is a great beer that you should try, nice balanced flavor...
June 6, 2015
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Does this kit tend to foam in the primary like a VOLCANO??? I have never had a batch of beer bubble over like a science experiment like this one. It has been erupting from my Big Mouth Bubbler for the past 12 hours. Good thing it is contained in the downstairs shower. What a mess!!!
D P on Jan 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello Dave,

Thank you for choosing Midwest Supplies! That is fairly common with that kit, and many beers that are above an original gravity of 1.060 especially if they are fermented with a small amount of head space. I usually use a blow off hose rather than a regular airlock for the first part of the primary fermentation to ensure that I keep blow outs like this contained. I hope that this helps, have a great day!
Is there a recommended kind of oak cubes to get for this? Can the oak cubes be reused in different beers or resoaked in different alcohols?
D L on Aug 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There are oak cubes included in the kit, they are the American medium plus toast. The oak cubes would give up quite a bit of flavor in the process and it would be difficult to keep them sanitary for a next batch. They might add a nice character to a bottle of spirits though.
I have the all grain snow plow on its way and would like to have the grain bill for it so I can figure out the water I need. I do not see the grains listed on the site.
G L on Mar 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The grain bill for All-Grain Snow Plow Porter is: 9.5 LBS of Maris Otter; 1 LB Weyermann Pale Wheat; 1 LB English Chocolate Malt; 1/2 LB English Dark Crystal; 1/2 LB English Black Malt - Mike W, Midwest Supplies
at what C02 volume and Temp should this be served?
michael r on Nov 23, 2016
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BEST ANSWER: Sorry, dude. We bottled it and served it out of the fridge. It's great! You can't go wrong.
Is this an extract or a grain kit?
David B on Nov 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is an Extract Kit.

The all grain kit is this one: https://www.midwestsupplies.com/snow-plow-porter-all-grain-recipe-kit

Cheers!
is this a grain kit or an extract?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Well, from reading the included and linked instructions it's a Extract with steeping grains recipe kit. Sounds pretty good too.
What is the Potential Alcohol?
T L on Feb 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Terry,

It depends on how fermentation goes, but I would expect something close to 6.5% abv.

Cheers!

Charles
Are the instructions easy to follow?
Linda S on Nov 22, 2016

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