Belgian Dubbel - Extract Recipe Kit

REC-KT-EX-HBS-BLGNDBL
$57.18
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Originating at monasteries in the Middle Ages, trappist ales were brewed by to feed the community, and also to sell to fund church works. They were revived in the mid-1800s and since become a sought-after favorite. Our Belgian dubbel (“double”) has a deep reddish brown color. This moderately strong, complex Belgian ale has low bitterness, a full body, and hints of stone fruits like plum in the flavor and aroma from the dark candi syrup. This ale is a treat for the senses, and perfect to age and enjoy. 

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Belgian Dubbel - Extract Recipe Kit Instructions 



 

  • Mash at 149 degrees
  • Est. Original Gravity: 1.068 SG
  • Est. Final Gravity: 1.010 - 1.012 SG
  • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 7.4 - 7.7%
  • Bitterness: 22.0 IBUs
  • Est. Color: 24.7 SRM
  • Ferment at 64-66 Degrees

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Amazing flavor great kit. This is solid.

    Posted by Mustard t. on Feb 17th 2017

    I aged this beer with white wine and a medium toast and 1lb of fresh raspberries and it was incredible. Would absolutely order again and again.

  • 5
    Excellent Dubbel

    Posted by Theo on Dec 8th 2016

    This was my first attempt at a Dubbel, and the end result was really wonderful. I used Wyeast 3787 starting it at 64 and letting it go to 75, and I cold crashed down to 33 for a week or so which was slightly different from the instructions. The tasting at the bottling bucket was wonderful with the right aromas and zero off flavors. I primed it with belgian candi sugar as opposed to yeast or dextrose. I would definitely try this again... might be fun to split the batch between 1214 vs 3787. We'll see next time.

  • 5
    Still fermenting

    Posted by Glen M. on Apr 14th 2016

    Easy to brew but long. 90 min last and 90 min boil. Can't say much more yet. It's still fermenting.