Phat Tyre Amber Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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

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.

 

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SKU

1524

Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity

1052

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Amber Ale,Trappist/Belgian Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
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Customer
Pretty good Fat Tire clone -- very drinkable

I'm not buying many kits these days, because I prefer to research and come up with my own recipes. But the sale deal for this kit was too good to pass up: 3 kits at $25 each. That was great deal. This is a very drinkable beer, and pretty close to New Belgian's Fat Tire. I love Belgians, and while this is not quite as good as what I've been able to come up with, it's still damn good.

Note: I originally bought this kit "crushed." But the crush was so fine, my mash stuck multiple times, and I had 2 "E-3" errors on my Anvil Foundry (E-3 error means the heating element fouled with burned on malt dust -- requiring emptying the kettle to clean and reset -- big PITA). When I complained to NB about this they replaced all the kits... (this time -- since I had subsequently acquired a mill -- with uncrushed grain). NB makes good!. I do find that NB kits are a little light when it comes to base malts, I typically add about 2lbs of base malt to their kits.

M
Mike B.
As described

Belgian Ale turned out great. Pulling on the tap right now and it won’t last long

J
John m.
Phat Tyre Amber Ale

This is a fabulous all grain beer. Lots of work but great flavor. My friends all love it.

C
Customer
Phat tire amber ale

Nice ale. Did an all grain multi step. Used a Safale dry yeast. Starting OG at 1.040 FG at 1.006 at 4.46 ABV. 2 weeks primary. 2 weeks secondary. Closed transphere to a 5 gal corny keg. 5 days to carbonate and the final result is a nice summer ale.

J
John W.
Very good Amber Ale

The Phat Tyre clone has a great taste. It has a nice head and my batch was very clear. Success!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
88%
(14)
13%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Customer
Pretty good Fat Tire clone -- very drinkable

I'm not buying many kits these days, because I prefer to research and come up with my own recipes. But the sale deal for this kit was too good to pass up: 3 kits at $25 each. That was great deal. This is a very drinkable beer, and pretty close to New Belgian's Fat Tire. I love Belgians, and while this is not quite as good as what I've been able to come up with, it's still damn good.

Note: I originally bought this kit "crushed." But the crush was so fine, my mash stuck multiple times, and I had 2 "E-3" errors on my Anvil Foundry (E-3 error means the heating element fouled with burned on malt dust -- requiring emptying the kettle to clean and reset -- big PITA). When I complained to NB about this they replaced all the kits... (this time -- since I had subsequently acquired a mill -- with uncrushed grain). NB makes good!. I do find that NB kits are a little light when it comes to base malts, I typically add about 2lbs of base malt to their kits.

M
Mike B.
As described

Belgian Ale turned out great. Pulling on the tap right now and it won’t last long

J
John m.
Phat Tyre Amber Ale

This is a fabulous all grain beer. Lots of work but great flavor. My friends all love it.

C
Customer
Phat tire amber ale

Nice ale. Did an all grain multi step. Used a Safale dry yeast. Starting OG at 1.040 FG at 1.006 at 4.46 ABV. 2 weeks primary. 2 weeks secondary. Closed transphere to a 5 gal corny keg. 5 days to carbonate and the final result is a nice summer ale.

J
John W.
Very good Amber Ale

The Phat Tyre clone has a great taste. It has a nice head and my batch was very clear. Success!