What exactly is a Chocolate Milk Stout? It’s slightly sweeter than a stout thanks to the addition of lactose, also known as milk sugar. The lactose is unfermentable by yeast so it can add a milky, creamy and rich sweetness to the beer. But to add even more richness, we’re also adding cacao nibs to bring a light fruity note and a delicate chocolate hit. The resulting beer is dark with a espresso like head. It is full-bodied, rounded and bittersweet. It’s pretty good on its own, but we’ve also enjoyed it as an ice cream topping. This kit includes all you need to make 18.9L of beer using malt extract, speciality grains, hops and yeast.
Kit includes Safale S-04 dried yeast sachet.
Kit does not include priming sugar for bottling. Use priming or brewing sugar, or fizz drops.
Beer Kit Yield: 5 Gallons (18.9L)Click Here for Chocolate Milk Stout Extract Kit Brewing InstructionsRegional Style: BritishOriginal Gravity: 1051Total Time to Make: 6 weeks
This unbelievably smooth chocolate milk stout recipe comes with pure cacao nibs to add a really chocolatey kick. It also comes with unfermentable lactose that is used in milk stouts to add a sweetness, a creaminess and lots of body. The unrefined cacao nibs offer bright fruity notes, hints of earth and delicate chocolate.