Karl's Ninety 90 Shilling All-Grain Kit

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Pouring garnet-amber with long legs, the nostrils are bathed in boozy praline, piloncillo sugar, pecan, and resonating malt. Somewhere in between an 80 /- and a Wee Heavy.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

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Karl's Ninety 90 Shilling All-Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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Karl Engebretson (whom many of you know through our catalog covers and ads in BYO and Zymurgy) is a certified Giant Norwegian with a taste for similarly-proportioned beers. We have found he has a way with Scottish ales, and this is his 90 /-. Somewhere in between an 80 /- and a Wee Heavy, ninety also refers to the length (in minutes) of the boil. This additional time spent on heat intensifies the beer’s color and adds depth and breadth to its malt profile. Pouring garnet-amber with long legs, the nostrils are bathed in boozy praline, piloncillo sugar, pecan, and resonating malt.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Karl's Ninety 90 Shilling All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBritish
Original Gravity1066
Total Time to Make6 weeks
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First All Grain Brew
I brewed this back on New Year's Day 2016. I am a long-time extract brewer and this was my first all-grain brew. I made the beer per recipe, but boiled down too much so I only ended up with 4.5 gallons of finished beer after racking. But the beer was delicious. Sweet, malty, smooth with a smoked flavor. I kegged it and I tapped the last beer two weeks ago. It is a heavy beer and is ideal for winter months. I was glad I ran out just in time for a pilsner for summer.
May 4, 2016
Great beer, off the beaten hop path
Wanted to change things up and man was I pleasantly surprised! Oskar Blues Old Chub reminded me how good a Scottish could be, so I figured I'd give this kit a shot. Really easy brew, quick turn around, malty and unique (in a very positive way).
October 8, 2015
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