Town Hall Hope and King Scotch Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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Bronze Medal Winner, 2002 and 2004 Great American Beer Festival, Gold Medal Winner, 2011 Great American Beer Festival. Our interpretation of the classic ale that originated in Glasgow, Scotland. A full-bodied ale, rich in malt complexity. Brewed with both English and American barley and many, many specialty malts allowing hints of roasted chocolate, caramel and raisins with very little hop presence. - Town Hall Head Brewer Mike Hoops.

Due to the high starting gravity of this kit, we recommend pitching multiple packs of yeast or preparing a yeast starter for best results.

 

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SKU 0444, 0443
Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity

1060

Total Time to Make 2 months
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Irish and Scottish Ales
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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JAMES F.

Town Hall Hope and King Scotch Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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JRo
Full Body Sipper

Third time brewing. Used 2 pks of SA04 to brew. Kicked off early and fermented hard for days. Moved to keg after 4 weeks. It's not a 5 yet but believe it will continue to improve. OG 1.061 Kegged at 1.014. Always a good one and will be around for a while. Try with chocolate chip cookies or anything chocolate. Of just by itself!

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Rick W.
Town Hall Hope & King All-grain

I’ve not finished with it at this point. My comment is the same as a lot of the kits. They lack information about the brew. Sometimes the info can be found elsewhere and sometimes not. Know it’s an advanced kit and requires more than just basic knowledge of brewing but I would think expected ABV, expected gravities to name a couple would be helpful to those of us that are working on “advanced” status. The ingredients were as listed and fresh. The recommendation on yeast was spot on and so far, beer going into carbonation in the next couple days looking good. Initial tastings are promising.

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Jason B.

Nice deep copper color, perfect malt taste

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Jerry O.
Town Hall Hope and King Scotch Ale

Wonderful aroma and color to this ale. I love IPAs and this is a good break from them. It has a bold and specific body to the taste. I had to cut short the secondary by two weeks and it was still very good. So glad I brewed this ale. Will definitely brew again next Fall.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
89%
(16)
11%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
JAMES F.

Town Hall Hope and King Scotch Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

J
JRo
Full Body Sipper

Third time brewing. Used 2 pks of SA04 to brew. Kicked off early and fermented hard for days. Moved to keg after 4 weeks. It's not a 5 yet but believe it will continue to improve. OG 1.061 Kegged at 1.014. Always a good one and will be around for a while. Try with chocolate chip cookies or anything chocolate. Of just by itself!

R
Rick W.
Town Hall Hope & King All-grain

I’ve not finished with it at this point. My comment is the same as a lot of the kits. They lack information about the brew. Sometimes the info can be found elsewhere and sometimes not. Know it’s an advanced kit and requires more than just basic knowledge of brewing but I would think expected ABV, expected gravities to name a couple would be helpful to those of us that are working on “advanced” status. The ingredients were as listed and fresh. The recommendation on yeast was spot on and so far, beer going into carbonation in the next couple days looking good. Initial tastings are promising.

J
Jason B.

Nice deep copper color, perfect malt taste

J
Jerry O.
Town Hall Hope and King Scotch Ale

Wonderful aroma and color to this ale. I love IPAs and this is a good break from them. It has a bold and specific body to the taste. I had to cut short the secondary by two weeks and it was still very good. So glad I brewed this ale. Will definitely brew again next Fall.