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India Pale Ale (I.P.A.)

This classic style ale is characterized by it's golden color, white creamy head and slightly bitter hop aftertaste. Bass Ale is a great example of an India Pale Ale. More Information >>

Extra Stout

If you like Guinness, then you will like this one. Roasted and Flaked Barley, Crystal Malt, Malt Extract, Irish Ale Yeast and the Freshest Hops help the beginner create a reasonable clone of this classic Irish Stout. The foam created with this kit is tightly beaded and light tan in color when you package it in bottles. More Information >>

Amber Ale

Amber, Red Ale, Alt Bier. The Amber style is a catch-all style with almost as many variations and nationalities as Pale Ale. This Amber recipe is medium bodied with a complex bouquet of hop taste and aroma using Northern Brewer, Cascade and Saaz hops. More Information >>


Wheat and Barley Malts are used to create Hefeweizen beers. The Hefeweizen Yeast is particularly low flocculating which provides the characteristic "cloudiness" of Hefe-style beers. This beer is highly carbonated, sweet, and refreshing. If you like Paulaner Hefe-Weisen, you may want to choose this beer. More Information >>

Brown Ale

This British favorite is malty, nutty, and sweet. There is just enough hop bitterness to balance, but not enough to create a remarkable presence. If you like Newcastle Brown Ale, then this could be your choice. More Information >>
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