American Pale Ale, Beer Making Kit 3.6kg - 5.6% ABVHops Used:- Centennial, Columbus
Each beer kit comes with its own Hop Additions, Yeast, sugar, priming sugar and malt extract so only water needed.
Each beer Kit Makes 40 pints / 5 gallons of American Style Beer
California is widely considered the birthplace of the American Craft Pale, breweries in California use judicious amounts of American hops to create a taste sensation! These hops along with a clean yeast character are the building blocks to creating fantastic American Pale Ale.
Young's Home Brew created the American Pale Ale kit by combining the very best ingredients we can source, beautiful malt that has lovely caramel and biscuit tones to support two powerhouse American hops, Columbus and Centennial giving the beer tremendous Citrus, floral and pine character both in the aroma and also the flavour, these coupled with Young's US West Coast ale yeast strain thats sourced from an American Craft brewery means that your finished beer will be crisp and clean with an amazingly expressive malt and hop character exactly how it should!
Young's American APA pours a light copper with a fluffy white head; initial caramel and biscuit aromas give way to a heavy floral and citrus note inviting a sip.
On the palate the malt character again balances the grapefruit and pine character nicely from the Centennial and Columbus adding complexity and flavour, a balanced bitter finish makes this the perfect session beer.Allergy Advice :- May Contain Barley and other Cereals, containing gluten Equipment Needed :-
You will require basic brewing equipment to make the beer kit
Here is a simple starter kit Starter Kit With Barrel
to allow you to make the beer if you have not already got brewing equiment
Below is a list of the essential equipment needed to make a beer kitFermenting Bin 25 ltrs +
- To ferment the beer inPressure Barrel
or Pet Bottles, 2 packs
enough for 5 gallons of beer - To Store and condition the beer ready for drinkingSyphon Equipment
- To aid moving the beer from the fermenter to the barrel or bottlesHydrometer
- To Measure the gravity of the beer when it starts and finishesLCD Thermometer
- Sticks on the fermenting bin to help you get the right brewing temperature 16oC - 24oC is best for beerSterliser
- Not equipment but is essential part to keep all equipment clean and sterlised when used
Water - Beer is made from 95% water. Tap water will be fine, filtered is better to remove the chlorine will help give you the best result.