Spitting Feathers
Spitting Feathers

Homebrew Specialists

Homebrew Specialists

UK Suppliers of Top Quality Homebrew Kits, Equipment and Accessories

UK Suppliers of Top Quality Homebrew Kits, Equipment and Accessories

Spitting Feathers

Brupaks – Belgian Dubbel, ALL Grain Kit. 13 Litres.


Scotland and Northern Ireland Call

Belgian Abbey Dubbel

A mid brown ale with a maltier profile than the Tripel. Dark candi sugar provides the colour and characteristic flavour of a Dubbel. Best bottled in small (half pint or 33cl) bottles.

Brupaks range of `mashkits’ has been designed to appeal to both the beginner to mashing and the experienced brewer alike. The kits range from straightforward Bitters and Stouts to the more challenging Weissbiers and Pilsners, which involve multi-temperature mashing and controlled fermentation.

Each kit contains authentic ingredients of the highest quality. In particlular the German and Belgian recipes include malts, sugars and hops imported directly from those countries to ensure that the beers are as true to type as possible. All lager kits contain a bottom-fermenting yeast and those for wheat beers a true wheat beer yeast.

Each mash kit has its own individual mash and fermentation schedule, noted on the front of the packaging. Inside you will find the instructions of which schedule to use for your beer, along with the finest hops, grains sundries and in some cases other additions to really take your home brew to the next level!

HOW TO CALCULATE THE ABV (Alcohol By Volume) for Beers and Ales

1 – If you use 1kg of spitting Feathers’ brewing sugar you will produce a good quality beer with avg of 4.5 to 5% ABV.


2 – If you were to use 1kg (2x500gs) of dry malt extract (DME) – the colour appropriate to the type of beer (see colour guide below), you will produce a beer slightly higher in ABV yet at the same time retaining its body.

OR The Spitting-Feathers’ RECOMMENDATION!

3 – However, we recommend to you, to use 1.5kg of unhopped liquid malt extract (LME) – again the colour appropriate to the type of beer being made (see colour guide below).

The use of a LME will undoubtedly produce a beer of pure quality, depth, body and flavour than options 1 or 2 above. The ABV will be determined by the use of a hydrometer

Your Guide to Fermentable Sugars ADD THIS

Colour guide to the use of DME (2) or LME (3) above.

  • Light - for lagers or any golden beers/ales.
  • Medium - for amber beers ie brown ales.
  • Dark – for stouts/porters and other dark beers.
  • Wheat – for all wheat beers.
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