Mangrove Jacks Brut IPA Beer Kit
Born in a San Francisco Brew Pub, the Brut IPA is considered one of the newest sub genre of American IPA. With a flavour profile and aroma to compete with top American IPAs, it's easy to see why Brut IPAs are a fixture in craft beer bars the world over.
This new style came from the Social Kitchen & Brewery Head Brewer, who was experimenting with enzyme addition in their IPAs and designed this new Brut IPA. Kind of like a happy accident as this brewer was trying to increase the attenuation of their IIPAs so the beer would be less sweet, and in that process created a new style!
The Brut IPA was named so, because it was super dry like Brut Champagne. This style combines the hoppiness of an IPA with the crisp, refreshing drinkability of a lager.
This fantastic Brut IPA comes with a unique yeast and glucoamylase enzyme (which ferments out the maltotriose leaving the beer with no residual sugar) blend specifically designed for this kit.
Hop led aroma with notes of mango, passion fruit, blueberry and pine. Sweet up front with a satisfyingly crisp, bitter and extra dry finish.
Yeast: Brut Yeast (mix of yeast and glucoamylase enzyme)
Colour: Hazy Gold
Dry hops : Mosaic, Azacca
Brewing Sugar Required: 0.6 kg Pure Malt Enhancer / Brewing Sugar
Makes: 18 LAllergy Advice :- May Contain Barley and other Cereals, containing gluten Equipment Needed
You will require basic brewing equipment to make a 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 equipment
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 sterilised 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.