Buccaneer Baltic Porter Recipe Kit

Item Number: k99-0083

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Buccaneer Baltic Porter Recipe Kit

The biggest porter we have ever offered. Rich, and complex, with notes of caramel, toffee, dark fruits, and roast. Full bodied, but remarkably smooth, with a little warming character. Will age quite well, throw a few in the cellar and try it for yourself.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.101
Final Gravity: 1.025
Color / SRM: 115
Alcohol by Volume: 9.76%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 33

Specialty Grains: Munich, Melanoidin, Carafa, CaraAmber
Hops: 8 HBU Packs, Styrian Goldings

Recipe Includes: Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Buccaneer Baltic Porter Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Russell Fennick
Best Beer Ever!!!

I have been home brewing for 20 years or so, mostly in the winter months when there isn't much else to do in the cold Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I brew mostly dark ales, stouts and porters, with an occasional IPA or cream ale thrown in for variety, maybe a red ale or American pale once in a while too. I rarely try the same recipe twice, even though many of them are very similar.

I ordered this kit a couple years ago, thinking it was just another porter to add to my list of accomplished beers. Then, I found out something amazing!!!! This was the best beer I ever brewed. So I ordered it again. I have yet to start on this second kit as I am busy with lots of other things this fall, but once I settle into my winter routine, it will be the first beer that I will brew.

It has so much flavor and body. The head is dark and chocolatey, and the beer coats the glass. It is a smooth drinker and a great after dinner beer. Well, it is a great anytime beer.

Beer makes me happy, but this one make me exuberant!

John L.
Buccaneer Baltic Porter

Love this beer. Let it age at least 3-4 month, it gets so much better.
This is my second time brewing this beer. Last year I added juniper berries
and sweet gale. This year I boiled the sweet gale at last ten minutes of boil.
No juniper berries this year, instead I went with gin barrel chips that will hopefully
give flavors of juniper and lavender. The gin barrel chips will be added to the secondary. Beer is in primary as I write. I should have it bottled late August so
it will be ready for winter. Kit was out of stock until July so I got a late start on it.
Not blaming AIH at all. These things happen. PROST.

John Bakas
Not bad

This one turned out ok, not great but not bad. Lacks backbone with the flavor. I am trying to find food it pairs well with - definitely not spicy food but maybe sweet foods like dessert. A very light tasting porter.

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