Belgian Dubbel - Extract Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

Belgian Dubbel - Extract Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

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Our signature Belgian Dubbel beer kit is to die for! We use the traditional grains: Belgian Special B and Caramunich malts which give it a slight caramel flavor that the Trippel does not have. Pour a glass, close your eyes and imagine yourself as a monk with a job to do. Now get to work and sample that Belgian Dubbel beer!

  • Makes 5 gallons
  • Estimated Original Gravity:1.059-62
  • SRM (Color Range): 8-9
  • IBUs: 27
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 5.9%


Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags, yeast or priming sugar. To find our yeast recommendations, choose your preferred kit option above and then select the drop-down menu under “Yeast Options”.  For more info, click on the recommended yeast(s) below in the “You Might Also Need” section below. All included steeping grains will come milled.
Please Note: In order to better serve our customers, we are now offering our extract recipe kits with either Liquid Malt Extract (LME) or Dried Malt Extract (DME). The majority of our DME kits were converted from the LME version, which is why you may notice slight variances in the extract names and quantities on your recipe sheet. You may also find that your Specific Gravity and ABV% are slightly higher if you choose DME. Whether LME or DME, add all extracts provided according to the recipe sheet. For further details, please reference the conversion chart below.
MoreBeer! Extract Recipe Kit Conversion Chart
Liquid Malt Extract Dry Malt Extract
4 lbs 3.5 lbs
5 lbs 4 lbs
6 lbs 5 lbs
7 lbs 6 lbs
8 lbs 6.5 lbs
9 lbs 7 lbs
Ultralight Malt Extract Golden Light DME
Pale Malt Extract Golden Light DME
Pilsner Malt Extract Pilsen Light DME



ABV %5.9
Beer StyleBelgian
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentMedium (5-7%)
BitternessLow (10-25ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodExtract
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Lester B on Jun 14, 2021
Love dark Belgians
Jeffrey E on Oct 20, 2020
Lester B on Jun 14, 2021
like it
Reuven L on Dec 29, 2020
Love dark Belgians
Jeffrey E on Oct 20, 2020
love belgians
Bryan T on May 9, 2020
I enjoy belgian ales
Kale A on Apr 10, 2020
Brewed before and loved it.
John Teasley on Sep 21, 2019
High fermentation range makes for happy yeast during the summer
James W on Aug 23, 2018
Like the malty flavor
John Teasley on Jun 26, 2018
Belgian + hints of caramel? Yes please.
Michael B on Mar 27, 2018
like it
Reuven L on Dec 29, 2020
love belgians
Bryan T on May 9, 2020

4.9 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Nice look and good initial taste.
Just kegged it but it fermented nicely and seems good on first taste. Will let it rest for another 2 weeks and try it then.
November 4, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great beer!
Started with kit and added malt extract to bring the alc level higher. Strong fermentation the first week then racked to secondary for 3 months. Beer finished beautifully and encouraged me to age more of my beers.
Starting g 1.070
Finished 1.013
7.49 alc
June 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
Very good if you are patient!
As other reviewers mentioned this beer is very fun to make. My first batch came out with very high DMS and I am not a big fan of DMS (despite the fact that it is present in many well known European beers).

Being a newbie I did my research and learned that I needed to make sure that the boil was uncovered to release the DMS. So my second batch came out with slightly less DMS but still more than I prefer. I almost threw the batch out but decided to keep it bottled. I stowed it away for the last 8 months and it appears the flavor of this beer gets much better with age. The DMS (for whatever reason) tends to become less prominent as time goes by.

So my recommendation with this one is a strong rolling boil uncovered and age it in bottles for at least a year. After that you will have a very good dubbel.

October 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Great go to beer that everyone loves
I love this kit. I have made it 5 times now and it just keeps getting better the more I experiment with it. Patience is important with this beer. I recommend using a yeast starter with this one. I would also recommend doing a secondary fermentation as well. Figure out which time periods work best for you. My last batch was 3 weeks in each and I think it was my best one to date. Also, you are going to be looking at 1-2 months to carbonate as well. I know that sounds high but just be aware of it. This is a great beer that is easy to make that can really impress people with your abilities.
August 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Great beer!
This is one of my favorite beers here. If you enjoy Belgian dark beers this one is beautiful.
May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Wedding hit
I have now made this kit twice. The second time was for my buddy's wedding and the guests loved it. The 5 gal keg was drained in about an hour.
Great flavor, great color.
May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Good kit and fun to make
I am still drinking this beer over a year after brewing and it continues to age and gain complexity. It was fun to make and learn about belgian candi syrup. I was impressed how well this compared with well know belgian dubbels. Fellow beer geeks have concurred with me!
May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Very nice Dubbel!
My first Belgian Dubbel experience, turned out excellent. Yield: 6.5% ABV, better with age (stored in basement @ constant 68 deg F). Shared with friends and enjoyed!
May 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5
Good beer
I made this beer and it came out nice after 30 days in my secondary and with 2 days of 30psi in my keg. Next time I will be adding a pound of Belgian dark sugar.
May 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Another nice dark beer
I had to split this into two small batches, and never really had the patience to let it really sit in the bottles long enough, and it still tasted great. I will try next winter to get ahead so I let it sit longer.
February 23, 2013