Kama Citra Session IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit
Where curiosity flirts with slightly naughtier sensibilities, there Kama Citra is born.
Bridging the gap between the classic American Pale Ale and West Coast IPA, Kama Citra is a deliciously decadent session ale bursting with provocative flavors, all captured in a one-of-a-kind beer recipe kit.
The Kama Citra Session IPA recipe kit unites hardworking traditionalists Cascade and Centennial with the bold, exotic tropical character of Citra hops. Instead of clashing awkwardly, these spirited hops fall into rare form and flavor in a brew that rushes across the tongue in ripe citrus-fruit bursts. Kama Citra's fresh ingredients combine to bring overwhelming aroma, backed by an uncannily soft malt backbone for a satisfying union of Sessionable and IPA. No restraint required. This highly flavorful IPA beer kit that makes it easy to drink more than one.
Yield: 5 Gallons
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|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||American Pale Ale/Cream Ale,IPA|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
I’ve been home-brewing for 6 years and this has consistently been the favorite IPA amongst my family and friends who enjoy drinking my free beer!
Turned out great! Was a little dark in color and had a few floaters from the dry hopping (I assume). If anyone knows of a good way to strain those out I’m all ears!
This was my first time brewing a Northern brewer recipe kit and it came out great. No off flavors or weird after tastes. Really solid great tasting IPA
First off, NB kits are ridiculously easy to use, and the ingredients always fresh, so when I saw this kit ON SALE featuring a session -level ABV, I jumped on it and bought two.
It's tootin' good!
Citra IPA turned out great after 2 weeks in primary, 10 days in secondary, and 2 months in keg with floss/dry hop; easy to follow the recipe as well; would be happy to make it again in the future as a hit for many of my friends; plenty of complexity and hops bitterness for IPA profile; only negative aspect would be related to the ordering system adding the correct amount of dry yeast to the order; ordered two recipes at same time with the same yeast (safale) however system totals it to one vs two (unable to modify without picking a seperate order for yeast); had to amazon prime a second yeast to get in time for brew day