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Phat Tyre Ale Extract Kit w/ Specialty Grains


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Copper-red with a fruity, slightly spicy aroma and flavor that comes from a combination of yeast and hops.

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Product Details
Not your typical amber ale—patterned after Belgian-style pale ales, which might be described as slightly less bitter, more fruity versions of English pale ales. Our Phat Tyre kit is copper-red with a fruity, slightly spicy aroma and flavor that comes from a combination of yeast and hops. A blend of Munich, caramel and Victory malts creates a sweet, toasty, bready character that lingers from the aroma through the finish.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Phat Tyre Ale Extract Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleUSA
Original Gravity1052
Total Time to Make6 weeks
4.5 / 5.0
65 Reviews
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Kit was shipped in a timely manner, and easy to follow instructions.
September 26, 2017
4 months ago
Without a doubt best beer I have brewed. My 20th beer and left it in secondary for 4 weeks do to lack of keg space. Fantastic. Pumpkin arrived today Best kits around
August 10, 2017
9 months ago
Very good beer
have been drinking this for about 2 weeks now and it is GREAT! Just the right balance of hops and malt. I highly recommend going with the liquid yeast. I will brew this one again.
July 28, 2017
9 months ago
Quality products, freshness guaranteed.
Have not had the chance to brew yet. Appear to be good quality ingredients and date stamped for freshness. Great experience from NB!
March 23, 2017
10 months ago
Enjoyed this brew
We like Fat Tire and did a taste comparison. This kit is way more flavorful.
March 13, 2017
1 year ago
Great Beer
As always it makes a great beer!
August 19, 2016
have n’t had a chance
have n’t had a chance to make it yet.
May 31, 2016
more like flat tire
don't bother
April 21, 2016
Response from Northern Brewer
Hi Steven,

Thanks for your review! What went wrong with the kit--is it something we could help with? We do have a kit replacement guarantee that we could make use of here.

Have a good weekend!


November 21, 2016
Northern Brewer
pha tyre
April 16, 2016
still in secondary-but anxious
Gonna bottle it this weekend. However, it tasted pretty darn good flat... A good flat phat tyre..too funny! I'm excited for finshed results!!#
March 1, 2016
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I know there are yeast options... I'm thinking liquid yeast would be the best. anyone else agree?..thanks!!
Lisa R on Jan 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I get more live yeast by hydrating in 800 ml sterilized water with 1/2 cup DME for about 6 hours in a warm place like my micro (not turned on) which acts like an incubator due to having two lights under it which keeps it at about 80 degrees. I swoosh it around about every have hour or so. I use a beaker with foam stopper.
What is the final gravity of this beer?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I followed instructions real close and my O.G. was 1.051. I ended up with a Final Gravity of 1.011. Real good brew.
Is the fermentation temp based off the yeast? Whats recommended fermentation tempature?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The fermentation temperature is based off of the yeast that you are using. For the recommended yeast, between 65-75 F is ideal.
How big a deal is it if I put the 6 lbs of munich malt syrup in at the beginning of the boil when brewing Phat Tyre?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Shouldn't be a problem. The final product might have a bit less body and maltiness but it will taste great.
What is the proper serving temp and pressure for this beer in a keg?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would serve at 40 degrees. I would carbonate to around 2.3 volumes of CO2 then that means serving at around 8-10 PSI depending on your lines, gravity, etc.

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