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Belgian Strong Golden Ale All-Grain Kit


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Strong, light in color, and dangerously drinkable. The secret is a high percentage of candi sugar, an easily fermentable sugar that ratchets up the beer's strength while keeping the body light and easy to drink. Smooth mouthfeel, sweet, floral maltinesss, and rich spiciness from hops and yeast.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

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  • Belgian Golden Strong Ale Beer Kit All Grain
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Product Details
Patterned after some of Belgium's most unique and famous ales, our kit yields a beer that looks innocent in the glass but packs a delicious wallop. The secret is a high percentage of candi sugar, an easily fermentable sugar that ratchets up the beer's strength while keeping the body light and easy to drink. Smooth mouthfeel, sweet, floral maltinesss, and rich spiciness from hops and yeast.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Belgian Strong Golden Ale All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBelgian
Original Gravity1081
Total Time to Make4 months
4.9 / 5.0
16 Reviews
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A very good recipe
I like the recipe so much I am currently brewing my second batch after kegging the first batch a few days ago. As advertised I think the beer is very similar to Duvel, a classic Belgian strong golden ale. It has a slightly sweet, floral finish, and not too hoppy. My first batch's alcohol content came in at a little nine percent by volume, but this beer is not at all boozy. It just kind of sneaks up on you after a couple glasses! I recommend a yeast starter to maximize the fermentation process.
February 26, 2017
1 year ago
Very good
Only the first week after all its fermentation has been completed and I am pleasantly surprised how good this is. It is definitely a golden Belgian ale. Has that typical Belgian scent with a ever-so-slight sour note to the taste. Excellent. Will order again!
June 30, 2016
A sure winner!
My 1st entry in a contest and was pleasantly surprised to have achieved 2nd place by the judges. It had only bottle conditioned for 4 months and like other people commenting it only gets better with age. I added dry yeast at capping which I highly recommend as it added a wonderful champagne like bubbly feel to the character. Other high gravity Belgians I've found take much longer to carbonate without the added yeast.
June 1, 2015
Ages incredibly well
I posted back in 2011 - see below. I brewed this beer again in March of 2012. This time no step mash and the brew day went fine. The beer turned out great but I bottled this time. I just finished the last bottle and it was one of the best Belgian-style beers I think I ever had. It had mellowed incredibly well - all the rough edges were smooth and it was as perfect as any beer I have brewed and most I've bought. If you like Belgians, brew this beet and set some aside to age. You won't be disappointed!
September 8, 2014
Wow. Unique
This is so unique. When you pour it into the glass, it looks like a jovial, golden party. But when you put it on your lips, a creamy, spicy clamor jumps in. And it is STRONG! If I drink one pint of this, I hafta take a nap! I clock mine at 9.9% abv. Watch out. Sometimes, I am ashamed to say, I will water it down a little. Just sooo ridiculously strong in flavor and ethanol. I was a patient boy and aged it for 4.5 months under 2 psi co2 in a corny keg. I tested it from time to time during aging and it really pays to not rush it. If you do not age it for 4 months, it is so strong in flavor, it tastes like ultra-malty cough syrup. Give it time.
April 15, 2013
Loving the strong feeling
I'm finding out quickly that I like brewing the Belgians. I tried out the Stong Golden and was not disappointed. I take that back, I'm down to only 3 bottles left, so I'm a little disappointed. This has a nice citrus taste to it and it does get stonger with age. I may have missed my numbers by a bit, but I certainly can't taste it. I'll be brewing this again in the future.
September 4, 2012
As a big fan of the Belgian beers, this has to be the best kit I've ever purchased. You're going to get a beer that looks like a comercial "light beer" but has the Belgian spicy flavor and 9% ABV. This beer reminded me of when I got my first introduction to Belgian beers, in Belgium, oh what a night that was... This is an amazing kit, and will remain in the regular rotation... ORDER THIS ONE!!!
August 14, 2012
Just gets better with age
A few months after bottling I cracked one open (in December) and it was fairly good. Now (in April) this beer is supreme. It has mellowed to sweet perfection with no alcohol taste at all. This one sneaks-up on you, watch out.
April 23, 2012
Wow! What a kick
I did the step mashing as well and ended up with a very cloudy wort. It was still very cloudy going into the secondary (like orange juice cloudy). I added some finings which took care of some of it. Bottled and prayed. After two months of conditioning... it came out clear and delicious. Packs a punch!
February 18, 2012
Closest to style
I think this kit is the closest to style of anything I have ever brewed, and one of the all around best brews I have made. It was a big hit with all tasters. Only drawback was how fast it disappeared.
June 28, 2011
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What is approximate FG for this beer ?
A shopper on Jun 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for contacting Northern Brewer. I understand you would like to know the final gravity of the Belgian Strong Golden All-grain kit. That is dependent on several factors like your efficiency as well as the type of yeast you used on this particular kit and it's rate of attenuation, amount of yeast cells pitched and fermentation temperature. We don't usually post the final gravities because we offer 3 or types of yeast and each will give you a different number, but the ABV would be approximately 8-9%. Cheers! -Deanna, Staff
Hello, I wanted to know if I buy the kit are there more detailed instructions. It list a multi mash schedule but dose not give the amount of water to use for each step. what is the total amount of water needed and how much for each step if i am doing a 5 gallon batch?
L A on May 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It varies with equipment and system. More detailed instructions are in our equipment instructions that you can refer to. In general, make a thicker mash to start then add near boiling water and stir well to increase the temp in steps. So start with 1 qt/lb then add near boiling water, maybe 1 quart at a time at most and stir well and check temp to hit the targets. Cheers!

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