Town Hall 1800 Historic English IPA Pro Series All-Grain Kit

SKU: U0433

The Pro Series beer kits have been developed in conjunction with professional brewers, using their own award-winning beer recipes.

Town Hall Brewery's beer is renowned throughout the US, but only available at their amazing brewpubs in Minneapolis - until now. One of a handful of breweries to have an "A" rating on BeerAdvocate.com, it is known for producing high-quality beers in both experimental and classic styles.
Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

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Bronze Medal Winner, 2005 Great American Beer Festival. “Recipe converted from historic recipe dated from the year 1800. Bittering calculations were off the charts, so we used the same number of pounds of hops, but moved much of the addition to the later part of the boil. Original recipe called for 1 bittering addition. Very earthy, nutty malt character with a tremendous hops flavor!” -Town Hall Head Brewer Mike Hoops Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

Additional Information

Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Regional Style British
Beer Style British Pale Ale/Bitter, IPA
Color Light
Original Gravity 1078
Total Time to Make 2 months

Customer Reviews

Fantastic!!!!!!! Review by Patrick
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Made a small batch. LHBS was out of MO so I used 2 row and biscuit - DH with UK Kent and wow! Tasty! Just made another batch with MO. Vigorous fermentation! Smells great! Can't wait to try. Watch out because it will sneak up on you. I will always have this around. If you like IPA's and English style beer, you cannot go wrong! This is an all time favorite! Thanks NB! (Posted on 6/9/13)
Excellent Review by Sam
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This was an excellent beer. I added 2oz of Cascade to dry hop (just so I could end up at a total of one pound of hops for a 5 gallon batch!) The color is beautifully clear and light but the taste is wonderfully bitter matched nicely with the malt. I will make this again! (Posted on 11/24/12)
Amazing! Review by Dave
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I found that after a good while bottle conditioning, this is one of the finest beers I have made. I used West Yorkshire Yeast (on hand and love the stuff) and I have to admit I got a bit freaked by the massive amount of hops and put less in. A recipe calculator had the IBU's off the charts, so I paired it back to end up above 60 IBU's and it was great. I've made another batch and doubled the hops (still less than the recipe calls for) and look forward to drinking that once it ages a bit in the bottle. (Posted on 11/20/12)
What An IPA Should Be! Review by Paul
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I can't say it better...when you think of an IPA from around 1800, this ought to be what comes to mind. It's high in abv, high in hops, but a curious balance of the two that end up as a very seductive brew (you WILL want more...and more...). Worth the wait. I paired this with a Welch Pork & Cheddar Pie with a red onion jam -- stellar. I'll be brewing this again! (Posted on 3/20/12)