Belgian Abbey Dubbel Beer Recipe Kit
Vendor: Craft a Brew
This complex Belgian Abbey Dubbel Ale is rich with flavors coming from the unique Belgian yeast and dark Belgian candi sugar included with the recipe. Sweet notes of dark fruit, raisins, figs, caramel and a mildly spicy finish make this a unique classic beer style not to be missed. WHAT'S...
This complex Belgian Abbey Dubbel Ale is rich with flavors coming from the unique Belgian yeast and dark Belgian candi sugar included with the recipe. Sweet notes of dark fruit, raisins, figs, caramel and a mildly spicy finish make this a unique classic beer style not to be missed.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients to brew a Belgian Abbey Dubbel:
- 1.5 lb Dry Malt Extract
- Golding (Bittering) Hop Packet
- Saaz (Flavoring) Hop Packet
- Steeping Grains
- Belgian Candi Sugar
- Yeast Packet
- Sanitizer Packet
- Grain Steeping Bag
Need equipment? Click below for the full Brew Kit to make this delicious traditional Abbey ale:
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This beer lives up to Belgium style beers. Highly recommend to anyone who has been curious about Belgium, there is a reason why Belgium beers are known as the high ABV beer!
This Belgian is absolutely great. I allowed 4 weeks fermentation as suggested, and started drinking about 2 weeks after bottling, and each bottle seems as good as last, even better (also as suggested). The carbonation of this beer was more significant that the wheat I tried before, so be careful popping Grolsch type tops! I will definitely make this again. Not to mention, made the wheat 3 times already, and it was very reproducible. Great company!
This was an excellent tasting brew with easy-to-follow instructions
I was looking forward to my Abbey Dubbel.. until I wasn’t! I boiled a gallon of water out of the brew.. I have no idea how and or why I had so much evaporation. So it’s now fermenting, but not rapidly and I fear will run out of steam soon. I think I’ve failed on this brew and need to start again.
Craft a brew outdid themselves with this Belgian Dubbel. I absolutely love all of their products. This is the 3rd beer I've made and they've all been delicious. Craft a brew, can y'all come up with a high abv. stout? 5% just doesn't get it done.