Extract Ale Recipe Kits
It comes as no surprise that ale is favored by a vast majority of small brewers. It requires a minimum of aging, is easy to brew, and tastes great. Ale ferments best between 60 and 72° F, and therefore requires no special refrigeration or cooling.
What do you get when you combine a fairly straightforward grain bill with incredibly flavorful hops? Well, you get this recipe! Mighty Axe Zenia ho...View full details
Azacca honors ritual with the straw body of a simple pale ale grist cursed by intense mango, citrus and pine. Mixing up the medicine with one of th...View full details
Brewed with Columbus, Centennial, Amarillo® and Simcoe®, this quintessential double IPA is an homage to perhaps the most sought-after beer in Ameri...View full details
As you may have noticed, these days haze is all the craze in the IPA world. After many, many test batches we are proud to present our version of th...View full details
Is it a half IPA? Is it a pale ale? What's in a name, after all? We're taking you back to school, back to basics, with this SMASH (single-malt, sin...View full details
Gather up the neighbors and block off the streets, it's time to bring out some pints! Block Party Amber Ale is the perfect refreshment to brew, sha...View full details