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.
Bourbon barrel-aged beers have been a hugely popular style ever since American craft brewers first started exploring this deliciously innovative te...View full details
Not Quite Time to Brew Yet. There's a season for all things, including creating this brew. And this seasonal kit won’t be back in stock until July,...View full details
Time to Brew! This seasonal kit is only available for a limited time, September to December. So don't miss the boat. Order now to brew and enjoy t...View full details
Decidedly clean, firmly hoppy, and drinkably bitter. More than any other, this widely-imitated ale is responsible for bringing craft beer into the ...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