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Double Chocolate Stout All Grain Recipe

Double Chocolate Stout All Grain Recipe

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Double Chocolate Stout All Grain Recipe

I created this recipe a few years ago for my sister who liked to drink stouts and eat chocolate and wanted to simplify the process. It's a medium gravity stout with a pound of chocolate malt and six ounces of baker's chocolate (not included) balanced with lactose. I like to use a British ale yeast with this one but you can get good results with the Fermentis S-04 dry yeast as well.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.059
Final Gravity : 1.052
Color / SRM : Chocolate Brown
Alcohol by Volume : 6.00%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 31

Specialty Grains : Chocolate, Crystal 40L, Flaked Heat, Roasted Barley
Hops : Cluster, EK Goldings

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
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Reviewed by:  on 6/20/2017
5/5
5 Stars
Mm mm good!
I have brewed this twice with great results. The first time was when a friend asked for a chocolate cherry stout and I added a dram of cherry flavoring. He still raves about it, but I only thought it was okay. The second time I added Peanut Butter extract; winner, winner! The best way to describe it was dessert in a glass. Sweet Baby Who? It was that good.
Reviewed by:  on 4/7/2017
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5 Stars
Very good stout
Brewed as per directions adding 6 oz Extra Dark chocolate. Really funky looking "globs" racking to secondary but cleared out come bottling time. Somehow chocolate just begged to be spiced up a bit so, bottle 2.5 gal as brewed, and 2.5 gal with 4 dried chipotle peppers soaked for 1.5 weeks in 6 oz of vodka. Both are fantastic! A must brew for sure.
Reviewed by:  on 12/5/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Excellent! If you are a chocolate lover!
I added 8oz of unsweetened dark cocoa powder at 15 mins mark. Soaked on vodka 2 vanilla beans and 8oz of cocoa nibs for a week and added to secondary for 2 weeks. Added 4oz of hazelnuts extract on bottling (What can I say... love Nutella). Chocolaty? yes! a lot!!
Reviewed by:  on 6/10/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Super Tasty
I used 8oz of Baker's Chocolate in the boil. I used Wyeast 1450 on a recommendation and it crapped out at 1.030 (OG was 1.060). My fault since I was lazy and didn't make a starter. I tried warming it up a bit and rousing it (was sitting in low 60's) but that didn't help. Dumped in a pack of S-04 and it didn't budge so I let it sit in the carboy for 6 weeks total at 68*F (with no further attenuation) and kegged it. Despite it not attenuating out completely it isn't really all that sweet and tastes great. This is by far one of the best beers I've made yet. Thanks AIH!
Reviewed by:  on 5/2/2016
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5 Stars
Awesome!
2nd batch for me and we all love it! First batch I used plain bakers chocolate and it was great. This batch I used semi sweet and WOW!!!! This is in my rotation for sure!!
Reviewed by:  on 3/26/2016
5/5
5 Stars
So Chocolate, Much tasty
This beer tastes phenomenal. I had issues during fermentation, F.G. of 1.025 but as I understand that can be a function of the unfermentable lactose. I also apparently can't read because I added the chocolate whole instead of dissolved. Regardless, this ended up being one of the best beers I've made and it is absolutely dessert in a glass.
Reviewed by:  on 1/30/2016
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5 Stars
Great Stout
Loved this chocolate stout, used white labs yeast and 8oz of bakers chocolate. I also added 10oz of dextrose I had laying around to increase Abv. The longer on tap the better it gets, only waited 3 weeks from grain to glass still was great.
Reviewed by:  on 11/10/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Awesome on nitro
Good thing I read the Q&A - I didn't read the description to notice that the chocolate is not included and realized that on brew day, of course. SWMBO was at the store and was unable to find the necessary type so I used 8oz Ghiradelli bitter-sweet baker's chocolate. The other twist I added was using the Mangrove Jack M07 British Ale. Very happy with this beer. I brewed on 8/22 and kegged on 9/5. Force carbed for 2.5 days. It's been in the keezer on a nitro setup since then and we've not had a lot of it up to now. It's aging wonderfully! The chocolate flavor is starting to come out more and more now so it's making a great cool season beverage. Thanks guys!
Reviewed by:  on 11/2/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Solid stout
Added 4 ounces of semi-sweet bakers chocolate (dissolved) at the end of the boil and also racked over 4 ounces of nibs. Even with that, it's still not overpowering, but a solid stout I'm proud of and happy to share with others. Used WYeast 1098.
Reviewed by:  on 10/30/2015
5/5

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