There’s no mistaking that distinct aroma. A quick whiff and suddenly you’re overwhelmed with a sense of warmth and well-being. You perk up a bit in anticipation of that first sip of the day. Truly there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a dark, full-bodied, grande-sized mug of… stout!?
Put All Out Brunch Stout next to a glass of cold brew and you might have a hard time telling which is which. Within this jet-black libation lies an unfathomable depth of flavor. Inspired by Founders Breakfast Stout®, this clone recipe combines dark malts, cacao nibs, and two additions of coffee grounds to make a stunningly complex brew. Flavors of sweet chocolate, bitter coffee, and a roasted aroma will have you floating toward the kitchen table with cartoonish anticipation. When you snap out of it, put down the spoon, take off the bib, and pour yourself a satisfying glass of All Out Brunch Stout.
Please note: this recipe calls for 2 oz of Kona and Sumatra coffee grounds, which are not included in the kit.
Makes 5 gallons
Estimated Original Gravity: 1.078
SRM (Color Range): 40+
Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 7.5%
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Liquid Malt Extract (LME) vs. Dried Malt Extract (DME)
MoreBeer! recipe kits are offered in both Liquid Malt Extract and Dry Malt Extract so that our customers can choose the format that best suits their needs and brewing style. LME is a viscous liquid, similar in consistency to maple syrup. In addition to being the more affordable option, many brewers find LME easier to handle than dry extract. DME is more condensed and comes in a powder format that is similar to baking flour. Although it’s a little more costly, DME is naturally lighter in color and stays fresher for longer. We highly recommend DME when brewing light colored beers.