- Product Details
- Mosaic is the icon of single-hop complexity. Its kaleidoscope of tantalizing citrus, pine, tropical fruit, and berry notes decorate each golden-copper hued glass, alluding to an IPA recipe kit with many more varieties of hops. Capped in thick, ivory froth, a meticulous arrangement of malts lends subtle caramel sweetness to a modest, bready backbone. Mosaic bursts up from the depths in a prismatic eruption; each wave of evergreen grapefruit overwhelmed by sweeping pineapple-mango herbals . This spectral motif quiets into abstract bitterness for a smooth, refreshing, hop-forward finish.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Mosaic IPA All-Grain Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1070 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 5.0 / 5.03 ReviewsMosaicThis one hop provides so much complexity and flavor. I would definitely brew this again.August 11, 2016UnderratedSo, following Christmas I had ingredients for this and Zombie dirt. I made both. I have to say I am surprised (given al l the hype) to say that I am enjoying Mosaic IPA much more than Zombie dirt. Dont get me wrong, I love Citra fruity dankness, but there is something so balanced about this IPA. Its fruity yet you can still taste the caramel and bready components of the malt. Many layers of flavor, not JUST fruity. The complexity of this brew puts its over the top. Will brew again for sure. I must say though, this beer needs a name. Being named after the hop it uses seems unoriginal given all the other names used for good kits. Its a beer with no name, the faceless beer that is truly deserving of something better than the name it has.January 26, 2016Amazing BeerThis beer was so good, I started another batch before I finished the 1st keg. I actually soak the grains 90 mins and dry hop for two weeks. Both batches finished at 1014. This IPA is a keeper! Enjoy.September 22, 2016
- Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersWhat are the ingredients in this kit? Does it include yeast and priming sugar?BEST ANSWER: You can see the detailed list of ingredients in a printable PDF that is also the directions for mash temps etc. You'll add the yeast and if bottling the sugar as you go through the ordering process. Yeast is a personal preference and some like to mix it up. If I recall, the recommended is CA ale and it's very good.