Lefse Blonde Extract Kit

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Belgian-style blonde ale features generous malt profile and spicy yeast character with a modest gravity. The same generous malt profile and spicy yeast character of stronger Dubbels and Tripels, but its more modest gravity means you can enjoy a couple and remain upright and hard-working past Compline.

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From the little-known Lutheran monasteries of northern Minnesota comes this artisanal Abbey beer. Pale, self-effacing, and easy to get along with, this Belgian-style blonde ale features the same generous malt profile and spicy yeast character of stronger Dubbels and Tripels, but its more modest gravity means you can enjoy a couple and remain upright and hard-working past Compline.
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Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Lefse Blonde Extract Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBelgian
Original Gravity1053
Total Time to Make6 weeks
Reviews
4.3 / 5.0
51 Reviews
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Excellent
My first beer and it turned out great
September 30, 2015
Awesome
Made a 5 gallon batch of the extract, and let it ferment in the high 70s. Beautiful banana esters. Probably gonna brew this a few more times this year. Literally the best beer Ive brewed in the past 2 years of homebrewing at a rate of 1 batch per month. Make sure you get the Safbrew T-58 yeast.
September 16, 2015
Great Beer
I brewed this in July and used Abbey II yeast. Its simply a great, light drinking belgian. Everyone loves it, even people that don't prefer Belgian styles. Only problem is my wife loves it too and its going to be gone quick. I will brew this one regularly and will probably vary the yeast to see what comes out of it. Simple and Cheap too..
September 24, 2015
still in secondary, this is
still in secondary, this is the second batch i have brewed 'cause i drank the first one so fast...I LIKE IT.
October 5, 2015
Lefse Blonde
I jusr recently tapped the keg on this Blonde Ale that I had resting for 4 weeks waiting for refrigerator space. This is a nice refreshing Ale with just a hint of sweetness. I would definetly make this again in the Spring.
October 10, 2015
All I can say is wow!
This will be a regular at the taps in my house. It's is loved even by those who are regular beer drinkers.I also thought it was going to be close to a Leffe clone, but it blows Leffe away with a stronger and more distinct flavor profile. While it may not be my favorite, it's a awesome summer or session ale .
May 14, 2015
Great Ale
"Incredible aroma!" is the first thing coming to mind when I think of this one. Amazing, light, crisp flavor and thick snow-white head. What else can one hope for in a blond?
September 4, 2009
Impressive !!
1 week primary, 2 weeks secondary, bottle conditioned for 2 weeks. I love it. Needs a bit more body, Awesome head and lacing to it. I might play with the hops a bit though. I'm gonna chill a 12 pack for our meeting comming up in 2 days. I'm sure the guys will love it.
March 1, 2010
Great
A friend of mine just used this kit to make an interesting brew by adding chamomile at the end of the boil. the malty notes combined with the chamomile was fantastic. It turned out to be one of the best homebrews I've ever had and I've been brewing for ten years now.
May 27, 2011
Bottled Sunshine
A great tasting, balanced brew! The carbonation is perfect. I bottled three weeks after brewing and let it condition for another 3 weeks before my first sip. Very pleased with this beer.
December 19, 2009
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Do I need priming sugar if I intend to keg the beer?
J O on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can use it. If you do decide to use the priming sugar, I would crank up the PSI to about 30 and let it sit for about a minute after you prime it to create a good seal on the keg though.

I usually force carb my kegs instead.

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