Velveteen Chocolate Milk Stout AG Recipe Pack

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The newest beer from our sister brewery, Dark Revolution. Velveteen is a smooth, Chocolate, oatmeal stout. Organic Cocao nibs and lactose give this beer an amazing mouthfeel and complimentary Chocolate aroma which is balanced rather than sickly and overbearing. Crushed Pale, Brown, Crystal and Carafa Roasted malt together with oats, wheat and Lactose sugar. Magnum and Fuggles hops + Organic Cocao Nibs This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.8% ABV beer. Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated. This is an All Grain recipe pack and therefore requires equipment and knowledge of All Grain/Full Mash brewing techniquesWhy not create your own recipes. Most of our recipes packs plus loads more great recipes can be found on our recipe generator where you can copy, share and create your own recipes then add all the ingredients straight into your basket.

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Velveteen Chocolate Milk Stout AG Recipe Pack
Velveteen Chocolate Milk Stout AG Recipe Pack
The newest beer from our sister brewery, Dark Revolution. Velveteen is a smooth, Chocolate, oatmeal stout. Organic Cocao nibs and lactose give this beer an amazing mouthfeel and complimentary Chocolate aroma which is balanced rather than sickly and overbearing. Crushed Pale, Brown, Crystal and Carafa Roasted malt together with oats, wheat and Lactose sugar. Magnum and Fuggles hops + Organic Cocao Nibs This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.8% ABV beer. Choice of Yeast This is an All Grain recipe pack and therefore requires equipment and knowledge of All Grain/Full Mash brewing techniques

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  1. 100%
    Not quite according to plan but very promising so far

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    First time brewing stout from all grain. I did this as BIAB with full volume from the start. Hit and slightly exceeded target OG (I got 1.056 vs target 1.054) and pitched (rehydrated dry yeast). Unfortunately fermentation stopped at around 1.025 which was short of the 1.017 target. I made up a starter with DME and another sachet of yeast and that kicked it off again slowly. Eventually settled at around 1.02 near as makes no difference, so given the additional DME and that my original OG was higher than targetted, I reckoned that was close enough.
    Soaked the cacao nibs in vodka as per recommendation then drained and added in a muslin bag (the vodka drained off was quite nice too).
    Bottled after another week and put in the cellar. Have just tried first bottle - v. nice, smooth and just the right level of chocolate and the best thing is that I think this will improve substantially with time so should be in its prime around Christmas.
    I don't know why the ferment stopped where it did - but because I was able to drop it some with a re-start then I suspect the pitching rate. Running this through an online pitch calculator it recommends two sachets of dried yeast for a batch like this, so if I had started with more yeast then perhaps it would have hit target gravity first time around. Should check pitching rates every new recipe TBH.
  2. 80%
    Great kit, and versatile jumping off point

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    I've used this kit 3 times, but never made velveteen. For each brew, I've made the kit as per instructions, save for adding the cocoa nibs. I've added cinder toffee once, and maple syrup and mincemeat twice. The velveteen is a superb starting point for this kind of messing around, both beers were excellent.
    I brew in my kitchen using a fairly amateur set up (insulated mash tun made from a Gatorade drum; vorlauf and sparge using a jug and piece of foil, stove top boiler on a big wok burner; copper wort coller, plastic fermenting bin. Generally bottle the beer (it matures well in the bottle, too). Great results!
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