Guinness Draught Clone - All-Grain Recipe Kit

310-0134
$29.99
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A favorite of stout lovers, the Guinness Draught can has a secret weapon- a “widget” which releases nitrogen when the can is opened, creating that distinct creamy pour. 

We can't help you with a widget in your bottles, but we can offer you a recipe that mimics that wonderful pour right in your own homebrew. For those who keg with a nitro system, this recipe will work perfectly for that as well. A dry stout, with notes of coffee roast and a creamy mouth-feel, this stout is sure to be a daily palate pleaser. 

All orders containing Liquid Yeast will be shipped with a complimentary ice pack to ensure safe shipping! 

Is this your first Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit? Check out our New to Brewing Guide to see a step by step roadmap to brewing your first batch of beer! 

 

Guinness Draught Clone-All Grain recipe kit instructions Click Here!



General Info: 

  • Batch Size: 5 Gallons
  • Mash at 152ºF
  • Fermentation Temp: 66-68 ºF
  • Est. Original Gravity: 1.041 SG
  • Est. Final Gravity: 1.011 SG
  • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 4.0-4.1%
  • Bitterness: 29.6 IBUs
  • Estimated Color: 26.8 SRM

Malts and Adjuncts: 

  • Pale Malt, Maris Otter
  • Roasted Barley
  • Barley, Flaked
  • Oats, Flaked
  • Carapils
  • Black (Patent) Malt

Hops: 

  • East Kent Golding

2 Reviews

  • 3
    Guiness clone

    Posted by karl p. on Jun 6th 2019

    So this was my 3rd brew and it was my least favorite beer I have made. It tasted more like a dark lager than the guinness I was hoping for. It was drinkable, but not my favorite.

  • 4
    Guinness Draught Clone - All-Grain Recipe Kit BIAB

    Posted by nicholas c. on Apr 30th 2019

    This tasted exactly like Guinness ... until the bottles carbed up , then it lost some of the smoothness Guinness is famous for - the kit is great , but this should be kegged and have a nitrogen system for the full effect .. still a great beer and a great kit , it just doesn't go well with Co2 :)