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Hibiscus Hubub Gruit Extract Recipe Kit


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A blend of hibiscus and herbal teas coalesce to create a floral and spicy flavor profile in this gruit-inspired hybrid ale recipe.

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Hibiscus Hubub Gruit Extract

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What's an ale without hops? A Gruit! This particular 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 Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Hibiscus Hubub Extract Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBritish
Original Gravity1054
Total Time to Make6 weeks
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Crisp Summer Ale
Everyone likes it. Kegged in 3 weeks which was plenty of time for finishing.
July 7, 2017
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What is the abv for this beer? Thanks
Patrick A on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm only 3 days in to primary fermentation and I'm at 3.3%. I still have a week and a half to go. I'm not sure how this question app works yet but if you ask again in a week and a half I will let you know.
Of the three yeast options, what is the best for this gruit?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't know about best, but I used the safale s-04. I was very pleased with the way it turned out
What is the fg target?
A shopper on Apr 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: In general, 70% attenuation is a good number to aim for. But in the end, it is about the flavor.

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