Azacca Single-Hop Pale Ale

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Azacca honors ritual with the straw body of a simple pale ale grist cursed by intense mango, citrus and pine. Mixing up the medicine with one of the most sought-after new hop varieties, Azacca pins firm bittering into mild caramel sweetness. A feast of distinct flavors from complex grapefruit and lemon to old-growth evergreen forest are just a trick—Azacca pale ale is a particularly pleasant, sessionable pint.

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Azacca Single-Hop Pale Ale Recipe Kit Extract

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Azacca honors ritual with the straw body of a simple pale ale grist cursed by intense mango, citrus and pine. Mixing up the medicine with one of the most sought-after new hop varieties, Azacca pins firm bittering into mild caramel sweetness. A feast of distinct flavors from complex grapefruit and lemon to old-growth evergreen forest are just a trick—Azacca pale ale is a particularly pleasant, sessionable pint.

It took a few sacrifices to get our hands on enough Azacca® for a limited release of this kit. Work by brewmasters and witch doctors alike, a few incantations and a dash of cajun conjuring are all that’s keeping the harvest coming. Don’t count on our hocus pocus to hold up forever—Azacca® has been known to feast and flee faster than a cloud of locusts over the rolling fields.
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Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsAzacca Single-Hop Pale Ale Complete Instructions
Regional StyleUSA
Original Gravity1052
Total Time to Make6 weeks
Reviews
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Azacca Pale Ale
I did not try this as of yet. I gave the kit to my beer making partner for his birthday. He likes to let them age for a bit longer.
October 4, 2015
Great Brew!
This kit is simply awesome! One of the tastiest batches of beer i have ever made! it didn't last long in the keg, i can tell you that! will be ordering again! recently entered this into a home brew contest and received VERY high marks! Try it, you'll love it!
February 24, 2016
First go at dry hopping
One of my favorites. Have brewed several extract kits but this was my first dry hop. Very pleased with the result. Two weeks In the primary, one in the secondary with hop additions then into the keg.
March 6, 2016
Azacca Pale Ale
Still in the tank but so far the BeerBug data is looking great! See the live data below: (I know, I'm a little warm)https://www.thebeerbug.com/main/?id=20000c2a690aff35
June 28, 2016
great beer
I bought this kit with a limited supply left. This needs to be a regular kit as it has been the most popular beer by far to date. I am new to home brewing but this is the beer everyone keeps asking about.
June 29, 2016
You guys are great.
Seriously. Great. Very happy.
September 30, 2016
Absolutely amazing.
Crisp taste with an unexpected mango finish. Modest ABV combined with a mouthful of awesome mean I will be making this again. I just hope NB keep this kit on a permanent basis.
September 16, 2016
absolutely amazing
Just bottled this wonderful single hop brew and boy was it tasty. This kit surpassed my expectations in the flavor department and plan on brewing another soon. Thank you Northern Brewer for another wonderful product.
April 28, 2016
Balanced
Best Pale Ale I have done. I have been brewing for 4 years and this beer brings the Pale Ale taste but adds subtle but balanced hop flavor. This one is a must.
October 6, 2015
Best Kit Beer I've Ever Done!
Ok, so I'm a bit stuck up when it comes to extract kit beers. Started off brewing extracts like so many others, and when I made that switch to all-grain and had my first homebrew without that extract-twang, I swore I'd never go back. Then I picked this kit up intended as a Xmas gift for someone I was hoping to get into the hobby. That didn't pan out, so I brewed this one myself as a back-to-my-roots quick brew day kind of thing. Followed the recipe to the letter, save for one modification; stole 1 oz. of the 4 oz. of Azacca included from the dry-hop and moved it up to a 20min whirlpool after I chilled to approx. 175-180F. (Just didn't feel right having only 2oz of hops in the boil.) Fermented with a big, healthy pitch of some 3rd gen. WY1968 for a 2 week primary and added the last oz. of Azacca for a 5 day dry hop before kegging, fining with gelatin, and carbing. The result? AMAZING! Azacca is a spectacular hop that really pops on its own. The descriptors are accurate with a lovely blend of citrus, pine, and a lot of mango, especially on the finish. And at only about 5% ABV, it's the perfect big flavor session beer. And I don't get the first bit of extract twang anywhere in the palate. (Full boil likely helps keep this at bay.) Had a party this past weekend with a bunch of BMC drinkers over and this beer was a hit. Even my wife and mother were spotted a few times helping themself at the kegerator. More than half my keg is already gone. If I had to complain about anything with this kit, then all I can say is that it does come out darker than the picture indicates, even when doing a full boil. But its only cosmetic. I will no longer be an all-grain snob after brewing this kit, and I WILL be brewing this beer again this summer. If you've been eyeballing this recipe, BUY IT. In the words of Tony the Tiger, THEY'RE GREAT!
June 21, 2016
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Uh oh... Just bottled this one last night. Not sure what happened, but the beer in the bottling bucket sure didn't look anything like the picture for this brew.
Mine looks more like a Dawson's Red, or other such amber/red brews. It smells very citrusy and tasted good, which is really all that counts, but any idea what may have caused this batch to darken?
D F on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Beer usually looks darker in a bucket or a carboy than it does in a glass, just because there's more material for light to filter through. But the yeast plays a role in changing the appearance as well: when it is suspended in the beer during fermentation, the white yeast lightens the color of the beer quite a bit. After fermentation, if all the yeast drops out, the beer will look dramatically darker-- a pale ale or blonde ale can look like a brown ale in the fermentor. The best way to judge color is to pour a little bit into a sample glass. As always, if you have any further questions, let us know.

Cheers!
What's the fg suppost to be cause I'm getting a 1.025 after 2 weeks in primary
brewdog619 on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am just finishing my first week in the primary fermenter. I will check the SG when I transfer to the secondary fermenter next week.
Any suggestions on what yeast to use?
T R on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello Travis,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! All of the yeasts will get you to the same flavor profile, with a few subtle differences. I personally would go with the Wyeast 1335. I hope that this helps, let me know if you have any further questions!
Could you use us-05 instead of 04? My last 2 batches or brew using us 04 have had the same sour twang, seems lots of people arent fans of 04 for that reason. TIA
calaeb h on Oct 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We found this beer to provide the most favorable ester profile with a British yeast like S04

Wyeast 1335

or WLP 007. However if you are looking for a different yeast profile you can certainly purchase the kit without any yeast and select US-05 as a separate item.

Cheers

Gabe at NB

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