Caribou Slobber Extract Kit w/ Specialty Grains

SKU: U1990
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It's brown, it's named after a large North American ungulate, and its name suggests oral incontinence. Ah, we market product with our minds, but we drink beer with our mouths! Which is why this American brown ale is your new favorite session beer. Dense layers of malt, caramel, baking chocolate, and a hint of light-roast coffee give way to reveal a hop character you'll be surprised to find if you're used to drinking English brown ale. The finish is complex but balanced, and the gravity is not so high as to keep you from having another.

Caribou Slobber Extract Kit with Specialty Grains

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very easy Review by Robert
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This was my first homebrew and this was pretty easy, can't wait to do my next one. (Posted on 1/14/14)
One of the best beers I have made Review by Brian
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Caribou Slobber is one of the best beers that I have made. It is a hearty beer with many complex flavors. I recommend using a secondary as the instructions say you should. It really helped in the clarity and complexity of the beer. I am looking forward to letting it sit a while longer bottle conditioning and aging. (Posted on 1/13/14)
Amazing Taste Review by Vishal
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I finally got to try this beer after 1.5 months. I decided to keg this beer and it turned out amazing. I am huge fan of darker beers, and this beer is like a mix of new castle brown ale and guniness. If you like those two beers, you will love this. The flavor is just amazing and taste is great! I will def brew this beer again! (Posted on 1/13/14)
Great tool to teach extract brewing Review by Luke
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The "grain" bill for this delectable brew has a bit of every thing. Found a great brew to spread my knowledge to a friend who is interested in brewing. You have 3 hop additions, crushed gain, and 2 forms of extract. It covers all the bases. This brew always turns out fantasic as well which helps to keep up the motivation. A would call this a "house" brown, but I can never keep enough on hand so it doesn't stay in the house for very long. Very popular at parties and when my boys get together. (Posted on 1/12/14)
Solid Beer, Over-carbonated. Review by Benjamin
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Overall, for my first homebrew I was satisfied but my only complaint was that using all the priming sugar included in the kit WAY over carbonated my final product, no explosions, but definitely not where we want beer carb levels to be (almost chamagne levels). If I were to make this beer again I would probably only use 3/4s or less of the priming sugar. I am suprised no one else has had this issue, or maybe they did not use all the priming sugar. If anyone has any advice on how much they used or if they found their beer to be over carbed as well, let me know, I am curious. (Posted on 1/11/14)
Nice & Easy Review by Cap'n Ron
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Easy and forgiving brew, tastes great, went fast. (Posted on 1/8/14)
Not a fan, but others like Review by Brian
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First let me state that I am not a fan of dark/stout beer, but I thought I would give this a try after reading the description of this beer. Following the provided recipe, every part of the process went smoothly. I agree with other posts that aging is key to improved flavor. However, if you are not a fan of dark/stout beer in general, you probably will not enjoy this beer as much as those who do. Friends that like dark/stout beers give this 4 stars, so am using their comments to base my rating. When considering this review, keep in mind that I don't care for Guinness either. (Posted on 1/4/14)
GREAT!!! Review by Roger
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I have brewed this about five times and every time this come out great!!!! I get people asking for this recipe all the time.

Roger (Posted on 1/2/14)
Yummy Review by Don
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This is a great beer.. It's like a sore d!ck, you can't beat it.. (Posted on 1/1/14)
Great beer... and I don't even like brown ales! Review by Ryan
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I'm not one to hand out 5 star reviews, but this one deserves it. This was my first batch ever. I made many newbie mistakes along the way: pitched the yeast too warm, didn't control fermentation temps at all, bottled straight from the spigot on the bottling bucket (causing some oxidation, no doubt) and more. Regardless, this beer turned out great. All of my friends and family were impressed, and I enjoyed it thoroughly too (and I typically don't even like brown ales!). It's a very forgiving kit that produces an excellent beer, ideal for beginners and experts alike. (Posted on 12/27/13)

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