AHS Christmas Milk Stout (13B) - EXTRACT

Item Number: BE1-R01837

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This is a malty milk stout has something special. Christmas. Yes, this stout has flavors of the holidays; cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger root.

Specialty malts: flaked barley, Caramunich®, de-bittered black, black roasted barley, Special B
Featured hops: Tradition
Other additives: lactose, an additive pack with cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger root

WARNING TO LACTOSE INTOLERANT: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS LACTOSE.

O.G. = 1.063
F.G. = 1.013
Approximately 6.6% ABV
Approximately 211 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons

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I bought this because I was in the mood for a milk stout this time of year and I've never brewed a stout before and wouldn't know where to start for a recipe so I bought the kit. I got the brainy idea to do a coffee milk stout after the primary was finished so I added 9oz. of ground coffee in a bag to the secondary and let it sit for 3 days in the secondary. All the numbers came out just fine so I'm assuming it would have turned out as it should have had I not put the coffee in and I should have known better with all the spice that was in this one not to put so much coffee in. This will be the first beer that I will dump since I've started and I'm about 15 batches into my experience so far. It may have been fine with about 3-4oz. of coffee for a day but 9 oz. for 3 days just tastes horrible. I've had about 2 gallons out of the keg so far but I have a pretty tasty IPA waiting to go in and I can't handle this anymore so it's going down the drain. Bummer. Oh well, I'll try another stout next winter.

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