Holy Cow Chocolate Milk Stout All-Grain Kit
Holy Cow Chocolate Milk Stout All-Grain Kit:
This Chocolate Milk Stout is sweet with a mild roasted grain aroma. Expect a full creamy head from this kit!
- Your choice of Yeast
- Instructions suitable for all skill levels
- OG - 1.051
- IBU - 33
- SRM - 35
- ABV - 5.6%
- 5 gallon batch
Not Included But Required
- 4oz cacao nibs
- Mash tun
- Add a Cool Yeast Shipper to protect White Labs liquid yeast
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Posted by Jordon Johnson on 8th Nov 2017
I had to write a review on this...i let this sit in the secondary for an additional 2 weeks (had no keezer room) and conditioned it for another week under 12 PSI then to 4 PSI when it was ready, it poured a beautiful thick frothy chocolately head, and was almost unstoppable to going back for another and another pint. we all couldnt stop. definetely buying again. may add something more for a thicker mouthfeel next brew. or honestly i screwed up the water somehow.
Posted by Julien on 24th Oct 2016
Awesome batch, can't wait for it to be complete!
Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2016
My first time was a great success, I'll know about this brew in 4 weeks, expecting nothing less than better than the first.
Posted by Dre on 1st Feb 2016
Now that is a sout
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2016
My first homebrewed beer and got to say, it is a excellent Stout. Great texture and taste to it. Was patient, waiting for it to be ready. When opening a bottle, has to be poured in seconds, else the foam it coming out fast and furious.
Holy Cow Wow
Posted by Phil on 11th Jan 2015
Making this brew was fairly simple and I ended up with nearly the save gravity as expected. After oxygenating the wort, primary fermentation took place @ 63F, and a massive blowout happened the next day. Fermentation was very vigorous.
I've had a couple of these at just over a week after bottling and already they are delicious. Very nice, sweet, coffee and chocolate notes, with a hint of cocoa bitterness. IBU is very low, and it's so dark that it seems to bend space time and prevent light from escaping its grasp.
I have very high hopes for this once it ages a bit. It's an absolute must try for the stout lover. I don't believe it will last long.
Holy cow where did I go wrong?
Posted by TBayMetal on 27th Apr 2014
I bought this beer with high hopes. To be honest the brew day for this beer was a nightmare. Like tipping night on the farm and your the cow..... Perhaps it's my fussy tastes when it comes to stouts or maybe I came down with Bovine spongiform encephalopathy and that's what was the problem. I'll be honest there is a good chance I dropped the ball on brew day, but regardless I wasn't overly impressed with the end result. The beer did seem to lack a lot of flavor and the appropriate mouth feel; which may have more to do with the fact I used CO2 instead of Nitrogen when kegging. I had really high hopes for this beer. I think my largest problem was the lack of aroma and bittering due to such a small amount of hops and or the hop variety selected. The malt flavor just didn't seem to be very appealing either. I cannot say this was a terrible beer, because it wasn't. When you compare to other kit's I have tried from Beer grains, this one is just average by comparison and lacks much of what I expect from a craft beer.