Bell's Cherry Stout Clone Recipe Kit

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Bell's Cherry Stout Clone Recipe Kit

Looking for a big stout that is a show stopper around your home bar? This is a recipe you have to try! The big roasted, chocolate flavors are complimented by the tart cherry concentrate. This lightly hopped stout is a perennial Michigan favorite. Three pounds of dark specialty grains, nine pounds of LME and DME, top of the line cherry concentrate, and a maltodextrine addition round out this premium recipe. Plenty of color, flavor, and body!

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.072
Final Gravity : 1.018
Color / SRM : Black
Alcohol by Volume : 7.00%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 17

Specialty Grains : Flaked Barley, Munich, Special B, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, Black Barley
Hops : Fuggles

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains & Hops, Cherry Concentrate
View The Bell's Cherry Stout Clone Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Joe Bohte
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I've brewed this stout three times now. I love the tart cherry taste so I use the entire 16oz of cherry concentrate in the secondary, even though the recipe calls for only 8oz. I let it sit in the secondary for 2 months before kegging and at least another month in the cold keg before drinking. I've found that the beer ages nicely. It's characteristics come out very slowly so in my case I like it better over time. I use Wyeast 1968 London ESB Ale yeast and a 1 liter starter. The yeast gets clumpy and separates in the starter which is normal for this strain. I had quite a blow-off within the first 24 hours and fairly constant fermentation for the next 5 days. After adding the concentrate to the secondary I had another fermentation cycle. Overall this is one of my favorites. A great deal of chocolate cherry taste, not bitter at all but a bit on the sour side.

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