Imperial Stouts are incredibly complex beers on their own, but that never stopped us from having fun with new ideas. Age this beer on 1 oz. of Cocoa Nibs, 2 oz. chopped/dried Ancho chilies, and 1 oz. of Cinnamon sticks for a spicy twist! Sample prior to bottling and add more spice if desired.
Our Imperial Stout can be considered a meal on its own, but it makes a great compliment to a very dark chocolate! For cooking be sure to check our this recipe for a Mostly Flourless Fallen Stout Cake!
Stats:- 3 Weeks Primary Fermentation- 2 Weeks Secondary Fermentation - 4 Months Bottle Conditioning- Original Gravity: 1.089- 9.2% ABV (Estimated)- IBUs: 55.4 (Moderate-High)- SRM: 52.3 (Black)- 60 Minute Boil
- 60 Minute Boil
Hops- 1.5 oz. Magnum
- 2 oz. Willamette
Yeast Choices:- Safale US-05- Danstar Nottingham Ale Yeast- White Labs California Ale Yeast (WLP001)Other- 5 oz. Priming Sugar