Imperial Stout Home Brewing Beer Kit

  • Item #K02
  • Price: $59.99
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Our Imperial Stout features an intense load of ingredients - 11 pounds of dark extract mashed from European pale and roasted malts, 2 pounds of brewing beet sugar for intensity, American flavoring and aromatic hops, and a touch of French Oak to round out the flavor. An intense, rich, sipping stout for the cooler months. Alcohol: 9%, IBU's 38

Includes 13 pounds of our blended malt extract and brewing sugar, flavoring and aromatic hops, granular oak, selected liquid yeast, and carbonation sugar.

This is an advanced Kit: This kit is rated advanced because a Secondary Fermenter, Yeast Starter Kit, and Oxygen Aeration System are required. See our item Q27 for a Yeast Starter Kit and S78 for an Oxygen Aeration System.

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

This is a photo of our Imperial Stout, taken after 3 weeks in the bottle.

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Average rating 8.8421052631579 out of 10 ( based on 19 reviews )

All Gone

Review by David on 9/16/2014

This is my "go to" stout kit. Kegged it and let it age a couple of months. Once tapped, we couldn't keep away from it, and it just got better and better. Next time I will let it age longer initially. I have started all-grain brewing, but will certainly do this extract kit in the future.

One of the Better William's kits

Review by Paul on 11/9/2013

This is what Guiness should taste like if they did it right. I had folks in my office who are not big stout fans who liked this brew. Be warned, the alcohol content is high, but it sneaks up on you...

Awesome - Added bourbon and oak

Review by ROBERT on 4/13/2013

This is a really great imperial stout. Instead of adding the included granulated oak, I soaked 2oz of oak cubes in bourbon for a week and added it to the beer after fermentation was complete. The result was a very oaky and awesome beer. Best I've brewed ever. Next time I might reduce the oak a bit and add more bourbon. Highly recommended.

So far so good...

Review by Joel on 11/8/2012

Brewed this a few weeks back and have it in the secondary right now. Everything seems to be going according to plan so far. Had an extremely active fermentation which I've heard of but never seen...the krausen filled the airlock and eventually caused enough pressure to pop the lid off of the primary. It was a good laugh and now my spare room smells of imperial stout...delicious!! if only everyone could be so lucky!

Imperial Stout

Review by Kristopher on 10/31/2012

Easy to do as a beginner and consistently good. Like all Williams kits kick back and relax while you make your own specialty beer!

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