Vanilla Imperial Stout Recipe Kit

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Big and Bold Imperial Stout!
Vanilla Imperial Stout Recipe Kit

Tyler's Elixir. It cures what ales ya! A big Imperial Stout, smooth and bold. 3 whole vanilla beans round out this adventurous treat.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.098
Final Gravity : 1.024
Color / SRM : 60.63
Alcohol by Volume : 9.47%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 28.97

Specialty Grains : Chocolate, Carafa II, Crystal 60L
Hops : Cluster

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains & Hops, Vanilla Bean
View The Vanilla Imperial Stout Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

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J
John
Vanilla Imperial Stout

The best beer I ever made. Added chocolate mint leaves from our garden to secondary along with vanilla beans. 3 liquorice drops in boil. Making 2nd batch
for next Christmas right now. I will make this every year.

D
Dan
My Favorite

After brewing this once it has risen to the top of list!

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scott salazar
Great Brew

This is my 3rd time brewing this kit. Probably my fav for fall/winter drinking. If you have time in the secondary, throw in some oak cubes and some coffee beans. You need about 3 months in the secondary to get the oak barrel flavor. Again, great taste and very nice ABV.

M
Mike
Not overpowering Vanilla

Beer was perfectly balanced vanilla flavor with the mighty goodness of an imperial stout. Can't wait to make it again. I did bottle a few with honey for carbonation and that did add a subtle twist to it.

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Robert Gast
Best Beer I've made yet!

This was my third brew and it turned out AWESOME! Again, a very easy recipe to follow without much hassle. Turned out a beer with about 9% ABV that had strong malt flavor with heavier chocolate undertones but the sweetness was cut by the higher alcohol content. Everyone loved this beer and I look forward to making it again next Christmas and barreling it this time!

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