Ace of Spades Black IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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Got to know when to hold 'em. Know when to rack 'em. And know when to ante up and get in on the biggest game in town -- the Ace of Spades Black IPA beer kit.

This is no ordinary homebrew. We packed this kit with loads of fresh ingredients and decades of brewing expertise. Then we stacked the deck with a whole lotta hops. Four of a kind, in fact: Magnum, Chinook, Centennial and Citra. And get ready for the bluff, because this session brew drinks lighter than it appears. You won't find roasted coffee or bittersweet chocolate here, just smooth malty caramel with a touch of toast, and an intense hop presence with pine, citrus and fruity notes that stand no chance of getting lost in the shuffle. Play your cards right? There's no way to play them wrong with this kit. Any way you brew it, you'll be coming up aces.

 

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Additional information

SKU B10130
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1068

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style IPA
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 247 reviews
87%
(214)
11%
(27)
2%
(4)
1%
(2)
0%
(0)
B
B.B.G.
A True Winning Hand

I am a fan of black IPA's and decided to give this one a try, and pleased that I did! So I gambled on this black IPA and although I love the roasted coffee flavors typically associated with them, this one doesn't have that and is still a winner! Bright lemon tones and ripe orange dominate the senses with a clean "break" afterwards. Very well done, NB! I will note that I never secondary; I let this one stay in primary for 16 days, and dry-hopped for the last 4 1/2 days of those days. Bottled and started enjoying 11 days after bottling.
On the fence about trying a black IPA without the traditional coffee tastes? Place a bet on this one, it's a winner!

K
K.D.
New to Brewing

Second time brewing. Just kegged & carbonated. Delicious! Well balanced with good hop flavor and aroma.

M
M.
Ace of Spades

Very good beer. I fermented longer than the recipe, it was in my fermentation for 4 weeks. I did the dry hopt step in the last week. Then bottled and conditioned for another two weeks. At one week in the bottle it was way to hoppy. At two weeks it smoothed out considerably, several people tasted and all loved it. It makes me wonder how this beer would turn out without the dry hop step, I think it would be amazing.

R
R.S.
Tasy

Not too hoppy. Just right. Tastes like a happier New Belgium 1554.

T
T.L.
Ace of Spades Black IPA

Wow, wasn’t expecting that! High alcohol taste and a chocolatey note. It is a taster beer and I would consider taking your time to drink, enjoying each sip!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 247 reviews
87%
(214)
11%
(27)
2%
(4)
1%
(2)
0%
(0)
B
B.B.G.
A True Winning Hand

I am a fan of black IPA's and decided to give this one a try, and pleased that I did! So I gambled on this black IPA and although I love the roasted coffee flavors typically associated with them, this one doesn't have that and is still a winner! Bright lemon tones and ripe orange dominate the senses with a clean "break" afterwards. Very well done, NB! I will note that I never secondary; I let this one stay in primary for 16 days, and dry-hopped for the last 4 1/2 days of those days. Bottled and started enjoying 11 days after bottling.
On the fence about trying a black IPA without the traditional coffee tastes? Place a bet on this one, it's a winner!

K
K.D.
New to Brewing

Second time brewing. Just kegged & carbonated. Delicious! Well balanced with good hop flavor and aroma.

M
M.
Ace of Spades

Very good beer. I fermented longer than the recipe, it was in my fermentation for 4 weeks. I did the dry hopt step in the last week. Then bottled and conditioned for another two weeks. At one week in the bottle it was way to hoppy. At two weeks it smoothed out considerably, several people tasted and all loved it. It makes me wonder how this beer would turn out without the dry hop step, I think it would be amazing.

R
R.S.
Tasy

Not too hoppy. Just right. Tastes like a happier New Belgium 1554.

T
T.L.
Ace of Spades Black IPA

Wow, wasn’t expecting that! High alcohol taste and a chocolatey note. It is a taster beer and I would consider taking your time to drink, enjoying each sip!