Double Dark Mild – Boxcar/WHC/TMM

(3 customer reviews)

A huge Mild. Thick and sweet and delicious. Mega plum and raisin with a hint of roast and creamy, full body.

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Description

As part of the series of beers featuring WHC Yeast

A huge Mild. Thick and sweet and delicious. 6.3% rather than our normal 3.6%, with ridiculously mild flavours all up in your face. Mega plum and raisin with a hint of roast and creamy, full body.

Recipe created and brewed at Boxcar in London – visit their site to order some of there awesome beers.

This is a big beer and not for the faint hearted. Using over 8kg of malt and featuring WHC Saturated yeast.


Ingredients Included

Crisp Extra Pale (Lager) Malt
Simpsons Aromatic Malt
Simpsons Malts Imperial
SIMPSONS MALT GOLDEN NAKED OATS®
Simpsons Crystal Medium
Simpsons Chocolate Malt
Bramling Cross Pellets

Total malt bill 8.18kg

WHC Saturated  (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): English-Style Dark Mild Ale
Batch Size: 23
Original Gravity: 1.072
Final Gravity: 1.024
ABV %: 6.2
IBU: 23.5

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 69
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

First Wort Hops – 40g Bramling Cross

Secondary additions and timing:

N/A

Yeast: WHC Saturated – This is a big beer, so give it time
Fermentation temperature/steps: Pitch at 18c, allow to free rise or increase tempt to ferment at 19c

Comments:

A huge Mild. Thick and sweet and delicious. 6.3% rather than our normal 3.6%, with ridiculously mild flavours all up in your face. Mega plum and raisin with a hint of roast and creamy, full body.

Additional information

Weight 8.97 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 2106909853

3 reviews for Double Dark Mild – Boxcar/WHC/TMM

  1. Nigel Macey (verified owner)

    A superb mild kit,deceptively strong but full of flavour.
    A must have all grain recipe kit.

  2. Gareth Adams (verified owner)

    Really frustrated. Fermentation stopped in my GF fermenter at 1.040 and couldn’t get it going again. Not sure that there was enough yeast with this recipe.

  3. Lee Norris (verified owner)

    Excellent. Needs about 2 months conditioning but it’s a great beer

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