Dry Stout LME can only
These are currently on special as they have gone passed their Best Before date. They are fine to use and won't affect the taste of the brew. It would typically affect the colour of a brew but the dry stout being so dark, you won't notice any difference.
A true Dry Stout with a compelling personality. Our Dry Stout has a black appearance from the crystal malts, roasted malts and roasted barley employed in the grain mix. The result is a great Dry Stout that has liquorice, roasted coffee and chocolate flavours dominating. The prominent hop bitterness level helps elevate the dryness, which comes from the roasted un-malted barley used. This product is designed to be used with 645g (1.42lbs) of WilliamsWarn Light Dry Malt Extract and water to make 10 litres (2.64 US gallons/2.19 Imp. Gallons) of wort. Original Gravity of 1.040-1.048 (10?P- 12?P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.010 (2.5?P), resulting in 4.0-5.0% alcohol by volume, 32 Bitterness Units and 50 SRM/100 EBC colour. Ferment at 23?C/73?F.
Please note this does not include yeast