Milk Stout Homebrew Kit
Inspired by Left-hand Brewing’s milk stout recipe. A milk stout uses some lactose sugar in the brew which the yeast cannot digest into alcohol. This means the sugar remains in the finished beer adding a subtle sweet smoothness to the stout.
While tasty at any time, this is a great recipe for aging. As it ages, the stout gets more and more depth of flavour and a lovely matured smoothness.
A beer is only as good as its ingredients.
If you’re going to spend the time to craft your own bespoke beers, it makes sense to start with the very best.
That’s why this Milk Stout homebrewing ingredient kit has the finest grains, all freshly milled by us just before shipping. We use top quality hops from around the world compressed into a pellet form for easy handling and less liquid absorption. We then vacuum seal it all to ensure you receive the freshest possible ingredients.
Each recipe pack will make you 12, 330ml bottles of delicious milk stout.
Each pack contains
- Detailed step-by-step instruction booklet
- Quick reference guide with brewer’s notes section
- Freshly milled grains, pre-measured hops and specialty yeast
- Brewer’s Sugar
- Kettle Finings (a seaweed derivative) which helps to clarify your beer
- 2x no-rinse sanitiser sachets
- 12 printed beer labels (customisable at checkout)
MILK STOUT INGREDIENT KIT:
- Estimated alcohol by Volume = 4.7%
- IBU (bitterness rating) = 23
- Aroma = low hop levels and some maltiness
- EBC (colour rating guide) = 69
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|Standard shipping (2-3 days)||£3.00|
|Premium delivery (1 day)||£4.00|
Ingredients: Malted Barley (GLUTEN), Malted Oats, corn sugar (Dextrose Monohydrate), Milk Sugar (LACTOSE), Hops (East Kent Goldings), and British Ale Yeast (packaged in a protected atmosphere), Kettle finings (carrageenan).
Storage : Please put your yeast and hops in your refrigerator to maintain optimum performance. Once bottled, store your beers in a cool and dark place until ready to drink – pour out entire bottle as this one is meant to have sediment mixed-in!