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The Bridge Burner pours a deep, fiery amber with a rocky off-white head. The assertive aroma is dominated by dry, earthy American hops: citrus, floral and pine tree notes all make a showing. The hops dominate, lending a hefty bitterness to the palate, but are backed up by the caramel malts, which lend a substantial body without any extra sweetness. A warm alcohol burn finishes it off with a nod to its considerable ABV. Since the opening of Northern Brewer Milwaukee in 2009, Lakefront Brewery has been a collaborator on a number of projects. This beer kit is the result of a close working relationship with Lakefront’s expert brewers.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Lakefront Brewery Bridge Burner Pro Series Partial Mash Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1091 Total Time to Make 2 months
5.0 / 5.01 ReviewHop forward, smooth Barley WineFor me, "barley wine" is not the right description. This is a VERY high ABV IPA The hops dominate, but they are balanced and not overwhelming. The body is full on first sip, but surprisingly light and silky on the finish. I don't feel the warming so much, but I definitely feel the buzz within minutes. This is a great "heavy duty" IPA if you want a surprisingly drinkable high ABV IPA. I'll probably brew this again and time it for winter month serving.September 9, 2016
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerHow long will a kit keep before it needs to be used?BEST ANSWER: The different parts of a recipe kit will last different amounts of time, really. The grain will be the first to show some age, but we figure 3-4 months is usually fine. Malt extracts can be good for a year or more, the hops also. Dry yeast is shelf-stable for a long time, usually a year or more is left on the expiration time when sent out. Liquid yeast is very limited, just a few months or more, typically. The yeasts will show a " best before " date in most cases.
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