The Innkeeper Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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Spicy, herbal, and English biscuits. Flashes of clean citrus and chewy minerals blend into a complex finish that is refreshingly bitter and remarkably dry. A classic strong pale ale recipe.

Thirty six major awards. Four-time Brewers International Champion. Four-time CAMRA Beer of the Year. Simply put, the muse for this recipe kit has won more awards than any other English beer, period. From very simple ingredients comes a wonderfully well-balanced dram of classic strong pale ale. The way a pint was meant to taste. Truly spot on!

This kit is available with the original Wyeast 1469 Yorkshire Ale Yeast Strain.

 

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Additional information

SKU

1810

Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1043

Total Time to Make 4 weeks
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style British Pale Ale/Bitter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 223 reviews
71%
(158)
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(45)
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(10)
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(8)
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C
Chris S.
Inn keeper

Very quick beer. It was done in 9 days and I put it right in the keg. Perfect for hot summer days. Very drinkable with not too high abv.

M
Mike P.
The Innkeeper

This is the first time I have brewed this ale. I normally brew browns and darker ales. I did add 1 cup of dark malt extract to the mix on brew day. I know this alters the recipe, but I did this if for nothing else, for some color. After 2 weeks in the fermenting bucket, I transferred it to the secondary, where it sat for 4 weeks. After bottling and sitting for 2 weeks, I sampled the first glass. Oh my! This is one fine ale. I will most definitely brew this ale again. This is one good porch sitting, enjoyable ale. I recommend this brew if you are looking for one to brew.

R
Robert R.

A truly awesome home brew.

P
Paul D.
Broke My Losing Streak With This Batch

My last two batches were over-carbonated, brewed with ingredients from my local homebrew shop. I'd never had this problem before. This was my first ingredients order from NB. Along with the kit, I splurged on Wyeast and Fast Prime. Results: Perfection! (Fermented in a bucket and racked into bottles-- still brewing like a novice)

T
Tom E.
Came out very close to the beer it is based off!

As a Brit in the US, these kits have been excellent for when I have been missing British ales. This kit is particularly good, and whilst I haven't been able to do a side-by-side comparison, I feel it is pretty close to its inspiration. I'm on my second batch of this beer now. Despite brewing one in spring and one in autumn and having no control over the temperature in my house, they came out very close to each other as well.
Had a friend come round and tell me it was the best beer he'd ever tasted (never having had British ale before!) so I'm giving him a crate.
If you like your beer very carbonated, I'd recommend adding slightly more priming sugar than the recommended 16oz, but it was perfect for me.The ABV is a great balance for weeknights and sessions on weekends.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 223 reviews
71%
(158)
20%
(45)
4%
(10)
4%
(8)
1%
(2)
C
Chris S.
Inn keeper

Very quick beer. It was done in 9 days and I put it right in the keg. Perfect for hot summer days. Very drinkable with not too high abv.

M
Mike P.
The Innkeeper

This is the first time I have brewed this ale. I normally brew browns and darker ales. I did add 1 cup of dark malt extract to the mix on brew day. I know this alters the recipe, but I did this if for nothing else, for some color. After 2 weeks in the fermenting bucket, I transferred it to the secondary, where it sat for 4 weeks. After bottling and sitting for 2 weeks, I sampled the first glass. Oh my! This is one fine ale. I will most definitely brew this ale again. This is one good porch sitting, enjoyable ale. I recommend this brew if you are looking for one to brew.

R
Robert R.

A truly awesome home brew.

P
Paul D.
Broke My Losing Streak With This Batch

My last two batches were over-carbonated, brewed with ingredients from my local homebrew shop. I'd never had this problem before. This was my first ingredients order from NB. Along with the kit, I splurged on Wyeast and Fast Prime. Results: Perfection! (Fermented in a bucket and racked into bottles-- still brewing like a novice)

T
Tom E.
Came out very close to the beer it is based off!

As a Brit in the US, these kits have been excellent for when I have been missing British ales. This kit is particularly good, and whilst I haven't been able to do a side-by-side comparison, I feel it is pretty close to its inspiration. I'm on my second batch of this beer now. Despite brewing one in spring and one in autumn and having no control over the temperature in my house, they came out very close to each other as well.
Had a friend come round and tell me it was the best beer he'd ever tasted (never having had British ale before!) so I'm giving him a crate.
If you like your beer very carbonated, I'd recommend adding slightly more priming sugar than the recommended 16oz, but it was perfect for me.The ABV is a great balance for weeknights and sessions on weekends.