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Festivus Miracle Holiday Ale Small Batch Kit


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Beneath a mountain of snowy froth lies the garnet-hued elixir of celebrations to come. A glint of orange peel invigorates the senses, cascading into a full-bodied pillar of Festivus ale. Adornments of holiday spice warm the nose as delicate hints of stone fruit, raisin and caramel wrestle for center stage. Toasty malt adds complexity to the impressive mouthfeel for a comforting, prolonged finish.

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Festivus Miracle Holiday Beer Kit 1 Gallon

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Feats of strength! Airing of grievances! The infamous aluminum Festivus pole! This miraculous pint of ale is a tradition for Festivus holidays to come. It's mildly spiced, yet packed with sufficient ABV to ensure winter-time glory—if you don't successfully pin down the head of the household, a few pints of Festivus Miracle will.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield1 Gallon
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Festivus Miracle Holiday Ale Small Batch Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleUSA
Original Gravity1070
Total Time to Make6 weeks
4.8 / 5.0
10 Reviews
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Truly a journey
This beer is has so many faces you need a catalog to keep track of them all. On brew day its going to smell like you are brewing a pot of dark coffee. On primary its going to smell like you are in a caramel taffy pulling factory. On bottling day (lets be honest we all have a test beer on bottling day) you can really taste (and smell) everything come together. The coffee subsides the caramel smooths out and the spices pop. As the title suggests it tastes like a holiday in a bottle. Was great warm and flat, was great cold and carbonated. Once you carbonate it and open a bottle the aroma is amazing, the warm spices come out at you and then you taste the snap of sweetness and then it all levels out on the aftertaste. I wanted to try and let it age a bit out past 2 weeks in the bottle but lets be honest this beer is too good to hang around. Will brew again (and again and again)
October 6, 2015
Festivus Ale
Festivus is bestivus for the restivus.
January 2, 2016
Very holiday brew..deff warms you up and makes you toasted..
March 3, 2017
1 year ago
Great but leave room in your fermenter!
This is my first batch ever that has "exploded". I'd just recommend leaving extra room when fermenting as mine got a little messy... (made my closet smell great though)

Great taste though! I will be making it again next year around the holidays.
January 3, 2017
Great holiday brew
Quick and easy, 2 weeks to have a small batch to bring to a holiday party in the Cannonball mini keg. Nice foam, smooth, nice amount of spice and 5.9% ABV. A big hit.
January 7, 2017
10 months ago
beer order
Everything was easy to understand and order enjoy the company's experience
June 13, 2016
New brewer
We were happy with how promptly the packages arrived, how reasonably priced they were, and the selection.
December 2, 2015
Looking foward to this one.
I just bottled this batch. My sample tasted and smelled good. I am looking forward to a cold bottle from the fridge soon.
March 7, 2016
Another great brew
Today was able to try this brew excellent taste. you have to but this on your list to try.
July 17, 2016
No Grievances to Air
I bottled this recipe 2 days ago and the sample tasted wonderful. The flavors were all there, but not overwhelming. As always, this NB kit was easy to brew with clear and uncomplicated instructions. I can't wait until Christmas week when these are ready!
November 25, 2016
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why does it say 6 weeks to make but the recipe says 4 (2 to ferment and 2 for condition) ?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's really 4 weeks of fermentation and then 2 weeks for bottling for the sugar to carbonate it. That's the earliest and fastest way to do it. 4 and 4 would give you the best taste.
Why does the website say 6 weeks to complete but the recipe says 4 ( 2 for fermentation; 2 for conditioning ) like any other?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It takes 4 weeks.

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