Temperanceville Tropical Stout, by Victor North
The Canadian Homebrew Association is excited to celebrate its' third annual l Canadian Homebrew Day on June 5 where we celebrate all things hombrewing.
Join in the fun with this tropical escape!
"The village I live in was once called Temperanceville, and I like to name my homebrews after local names and places. I thought that is had a nice ring to it; the alliteration and the irony of name a high ABV stout "Temperanceville". This recipe was picked from a recipe done four ways with three different yeasts and four different sugars to expedite the experimentation findings" Victor North
About this recipe: (here is a PDF of the recipe)
- Style - Tropical Stout, All Grain
- Batch Size - 5 Gallon
- ABV - 6.5%
- SRM - 33
- IBU - 30
- OG - 1.065 (after Palm Sugar added)
- FG - 1.016
** Note, 550g of Palm Sugar or 300ml of Dark Maple syrup are needed for this recipe. Palm Sugar is readily available at many local Bulk Barn stores under sku #216
As a member of the CHA, we are happy and honoured to be able to participate this years Canadian Homebrew Day. When you place your order for this recipe, please understand that it is on a Pre-Order basis and we will begin to make it up as soon as you order it. Once it is ready, you will be contacted. The price of the kit has been specially discounted for this event. There is both a dry and a liquid yeast option that will both work well in this recipe, so select which one you prefer to use.
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