Brickwarmer Holiday Red Small Batch Recipe Kit

$14.99

SKU# 1G19

A sensational seasonal sipper

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Scaled down for a small batch, this strong American red ale is built to take on the cold, boasting substantial gravity to ensure you have a happy holiday. Malty but not too sweet with just enough bitterness to balance, we've foregone the spices in favor of a distinct citrus hop profile (bolstered by real citrus!) to define this perennial holiday favorite.
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Brickwarmer Holiday Red 1 Gallon Recipe Kit

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Scaled down for a small batch, this strong American red ale is built to take on the cold, boasting substantial gravity to ensure you have a happy holiday. Malty but not too sweet with just enough bitterness to balance, we've foregone the spices in favor of a distinct citrus hop profile (bolstered by real citrus!) to define this perennial holiday favorite. The compelling copper-red hue of Brickwarmer comes from a special blend of malts- pale chocolate adds a warm, toasty dimension to the fig-and-toffee notes of authentic English caramel. This earthy and dark dried-fruit character segues into bright floral citrus from the hops and a charge of sweet orange peel at the end of the boil! It’s an exceptionally enjoyable pint that will be sure to please this holiday season.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield1 Gallon
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Brickwarmer Holiday Red Small Batch Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleUSA
Original Gravity1062
Total Time to Make4 weeks
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Is this an all-grain kit or an extract kit?
F T on Nov 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Brickwarmer small batch kit is an extract recipe.
I'm getting some one gallon kegs and I was wondering what the correct co2 volumes for this beer.
Michael M on Dec 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Michael,

I'd put it at 2.3 volumes. That's the level that is usually recommended for an Amber Ale.

Cheers!

Charles
Dears:

My name: Martin Espinosa (martinaespinosag@gmail.com). Can I get this kit imported to Mexico? If so, what would be the HS/Tariff Code I should use if I buy around 5 to 10 kits? Would you be so indicate about the shipping costs? Thanks!
M A on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We're not able to ship outside the 50 United States. If you have a freight forwarder or friend/relative in the contiguous United States we can ship your orders there for our usual rates. From there

they would assume responsibility for getting your package to you. An internet search will give you options for freight forwarders if you're interested. I'm sorry for the inconvenience

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