- Product Details
As shrewd as any British trader, the pirate barons courted silks and spices to trade on the blackmarket. Gold and silver to line their coffers - and one treasure they valued above all else – the legendary ales brewed in Britain to withstand the long voyage to India. Rum was seafarer’s swill next to a hogshead of India Ale!
Rooted in the rich tradition of India Pale Ales, our recipe is kissed with malt as dark as the sea on a moonless night, for a dark and hoppy marriage made in homebrew heaven. A gentle bitterness sets the initial tone. Next comes opulent notes of rich malt, followed by boastful American hops with resinous tea-leaf undertones. Bergamot, pine, grapefruit, and a hint of chocolate complete the hop-heavy finish, yielding an ale that’s definitely worth plundering for.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Pirate's Plunder India Dark Ale All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1064 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.5 / 5.02 ReviewsPirate's Plunder kitIngredients were all as described and delivered on time. It would be nice to know more about the grain blend used, since without stats I can't calculate the brew. I expect it to come out fine, but details would be nice.October 2, 2015Response from Northern BrewerThanks for the feedback! If you're ever interested in know what grains are in a particular grain blend
we're always happy to answer those questions for you. The Nocturnal Blend for the Pirates Plunder includes:
Fawcett Pale Chocolate 0.5 Lbs
English Dark Crystal 0.25 Lbs
Weyermann® Dehusked Carafa® III 0.12 Lbs
English Extra Dark Crystal 0.12 Lbs
I hope this helps
and feel free to contact us if you ever have questions or concerns. -TylerNovember 21, 2016Northern Brewer NI am ready to ride the waves and say yo ho!I just bought the "Pirates of the Caribbean" Series so I could consume 5 gallons of hearty grog and feel "pirate'ty". Savvy? Bound to be a favorite in my galley! You know NB never steers you wrong! Say "Aarrr!!" Feels good, doesn't it?November 24, 2013