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Mad Cow Cream Stout Beer Kit

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The Mad Cow Cream Stout Recipe

Recipe by: Chris Reich

OG 1.088-1.095 FG: 1.022-1.035

ABV: 8.5-9.5%

Extracts:
9 lbs. - Plain Amber DME

Malts:
1 lb - Caramel 60L Malt
1 lb - Chocolate Malt
8 oz - Roasted Barley
4 oz - Black Malt

Hops:
1 oz - Warrior Hops (60 Mins Bittering)
1 oz - Willamette (10 Mins Finishing)

Yeast:
2 - Safale US-05

Other:
5 oz - Priming Sugar
2 - Grain Bags
1 lb - Lactose

Heat 2-3 gallons of water up to 160 degrees F. Place crushed grains in the Muslin grain bag and let the grains *steep for 30-40 minutes while keeping the temperature is around 160 degrees F. DO NOT BOIL grains or squeeze the bag once done steeping or off flavors may be introduced into the homebrew. Remove grains and hold them above *wort and *sparge with 2 gallons of warm water. Bring wort to near boil around 200 degrees F and turn heat off and add malt extracts (Liquid and Dry), including Lactose, while stirring well. When using Dry Malt Extract cut the entire top of the bag open and add quickly or it may clump up and is harder to dissolve. Do not add malts while the heat is on because this could cause the batch to flash causing a boil over and quite the mess. Crank the heat back up and bring batch to a rolling boil. When the boil begins add bittering hops and boil for 45 min. Add Irish Moss for the last 15 minutes of the boil. (Irish Moss is optional but recommended for all homebrew to help with clarity. Irish Moss is sold separately) Then add finishing hops and lactose for the final 10 minutes. When the 60 minute boil is complete remove pot from heat. Cool wort as quickly as possible using a wort chiller or ice break. Bring the temperature to 70-75 degrees and transfer into primary vessel and add enough water to bring the volume to 5.5 gallons. Take a hydrometer reading and check Original Gravity so that the alcohol content can be calculated when fermentation is complete. Pitch both packets of dry yeast and keep in the primary for 7-10 days. After 7-10 days transfer into a 5 gallon carboy and top up with water if necessary. Keep in the secondary for 3-4 weeks until fermentation is complete. Add the priming sugar and bottle. Naturally Carbonating takes approx. 2 weeks. Best if aged 2-3 months. Cheers!

 

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The Mad Cow Cream Stout Recipe

Recipe by: Chris Reich

OG 1.088-1.095 FG: 1.022-1.035

ABV: 8.5-9.5%

Extracts:
9 lbs. - Plain Amber DME

Malts:
1 lb - Caramel 60L Malt
1 lb - Chocolate Malt
8 oz - Roasted Barley
4 oz - Black Malt

Hops:
1 oz - Warrior Hops (60 Mins Bittering)
1 oz - Willamette (10 Mins Finishing)

Yeast:
2 - Safale US-05

Other:
5 oz - Priming Sugar
2 - Grain Bags
1 lb - Lactose

Heat 2-3 gallons of water up to 160 degrees F. Place crushed grains in the Muslin grain bag and let the grains *steep for 30-40 minutes while keeping the temperature is around 160 degrees F. DO NOT BOIL grains or squeeze the bag once done steeping or off flavors may be introduced into the homebrew. Remove grains and hold them above *wort and *sparge with 2 gallons of warm water. Bring wort to near boil around 200 degrees F and turn heat off and add malt extracts (Liquid and Dry), including Lactose, while stirring well. When using Dry Malt Extract cut the entire top of the bag open and add quickly or it may clump up and is harder to dissolve. Do not add malts while the heat is on because this could cause the batch to flash causing a boil over and quite the mess. Crank the heat back up and bring batch to a rolling boil. When the boil begins add bittering hops and boil for 45 min. Add Irish Moss for the last 15 minutes of the boil. (Irish Moss is optional but recommended for all homebrew to help with clarity. Irish Moss is sold separately) Then add finishing hops and lactose for the final 10 minutes. When the 60 minute boil is complete remove pot from heat. Cool wort as quickly as possible using a wort chiller or ice break. Bring the temperature to 70-75 degrees and transfer into primary vessel and add enough water to bring the volume to 5.5 gallons. Take a hydrometer reading and check Original Gravity so that the alcohol content can be calculated when fermentation is complete. Pitch both packets of dry yeast and keep in the primary for 7-10 days. After 7-10 days transfer into a 5 gallon carboy and top up with water if necessary. Keep in the secondary for 3-4 weeks until fermentation is complete. Add the priming sugar and bottle. Naturally Carbonating takes approx. 2 weeks. Best if aged 2-3 months. Cheers!

 

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UPC: 632016997182
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