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- What's an ale without hops? A Gruit! This particular all-grain recipe utilizes a blend of hibiscus and herbal teas to construct a deliciously floral and spicy flavor profile without the bitterness that hops provide. Pouring with a light amber color and a brilliant white foam cap, Hibiscus Hubub will bring you back to a time of ancient brewing. Ditch the hops and experience how beer was brewed millenia ago!
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Hibiscus Hubub All-Grain Brewing Instructions Regional Style British Original Gravity 1054 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsTea not available separately in storeI just went in today to pick up the ingredients for this. I normally pick up just the specialty grains, as I buy 2-row in bulk. However I was surprised to find out that they didn't actually stock the tea as a separate SKU. The employees were very helpful, and pulled a bag from one of the kits in stock, charging me according to the cost they had on file.
Just a warning that if you intend to make this all-grain recipe, and are buying the grains alacarte, you may have to source the tea elsewhere.
For now, 5-stars for service! Will update when I have a taste.June 30, 2017My first BIAB & Yeast starter with this brewGreat kit. I steeped my tea longer than in instructions and I currently have it in bottles conditioning. I'm getting a nice tart taste kind of like a pseudo sour ale without the lacto (from a taste test after one week in bottles). I'm sure with more time in bottles and more carb this one is gonna be a great one!May 22, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersIf I bought this recipe kit together with the "Fermenter's Favorites® Essential All-Grain Brewing Starter Kit - 10 Gallon", would I be all set to start brewing?Hibiscus Hubub Gruit All-Grain Recipe KitBEST ANSWER: You will still need a brew kettle. Assuming you have been extract brewing prior to all grain, you should be all set.