ZoominPale Ale 20 Minute Boil Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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Here and gone in a flash. It brews up in the blink of an eye, turns around lickety split, and will be gone before you know it. This is a classic American style pale ale recipe, featuring a smooth bitterness and the zesty, citrusy, flavors that put American hops on the map.

This 20 minute boil pale ale beer kit is packed with hops to get the bitterness needed, which means it absolutely bursting with hop character. The short boil results in less wort darkening so you wind up with a delightfully light malt backbone that lets the hops shine. The uncomplicated malt bill means that conditioning time is kept to a minimum, so you can drink it fresh, the way it should be. Expect flavors of clean malt exploding with tangerine and grapefruit, with a wonderful fruity and floral aroma. If you crave some fresh flavor freaky fast, what are you waiting for? Get Zoomin!

Additional information

SKU B10052
Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1052

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
74%
(28)
21%
(8)
5%
(2)
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(0)
R
R.B.
great beer

Great beer, easy brew, light yet flavorful didn’t bother checking gravity brewed right its at least 4%

T
T.M.R.
Zooming Pale Ale

Great beer, easy and fast to brew. Have made it several times. Last time I added 2 oz. in secondary and it was even better. Consider adding this to the kit.

J
J.k.
Zoomie Pale Ale 20 minute boil

A welcome pleasure to only boil for 20 minutes. Especially good if you’re doing more than one the same day. Great results, a clean fresh tasting ale. Creamy with a nice malt flavor and not overwhelming but still a strong hop presence. Just right if you’re tired of super charged IPA’s. My kit came with Pilsen malt extract and Pilsen DME although the box said Golden for both. I brewed it and found it was very good. Don’t know how much of a difference that makes. Used 4oz. Of dextrose for priming which was perfect, having over primed sometimes with 5oz. Simple recipe which can be played with to your liking.

C
C.
Mmm, beer!

Perfect for quick weekend brew sessions. Takes about the length of a toddler nap to complete from water pour to yeast pitch. Then two weeks in the fermenter and straight into the keg. The end result: an unpretentious, clear, cleanly hoppy quencher that evokes memories of visiting the brew pub and listening to buddies play live music some six and a half thousand years ago.

S
S.S.
Meh

Not bad, not great. Little hop flavor and ho-hum malt taste. Not improving much with age. Drinkable but I won’t brew it again.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
74%
(28)
21%
(8)
5%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.B.
great beer

Great beer, easy brew, light yet flavorful didn’t bother checking gravity brewed right its at least 4%

T
T.M.R.
Zooming Pale Ale

Great beer, easy and fast to brew. Have made it several times. Last time I added 2 oz. in secondary and it was even better. Consider adding this to the kit.

J
J.k.
Zoomie Pale Ale 20 minute boil

A welcome pleasure to only boil for 20 minutes. Especially good if you’re doing more than one the same day. Great results, a clean fresh tasting ale. Creamy with a nice malt flavor and not overwhelming but still a strong hop presence. Just right if you’re tired of super charged IPA’s. My kit came with Pilsen malt extract and Pilsen DME although the box said Golden for both. I brewed it and found it was very good. Don’t know how much of a difference that makes. Used 4oz. Of dextrose for priming which was perfect, having over primed sometimes with 5oz. Simple recipe which can be played with to your liking.

C
C.
Mmm, beer!

Perfect for quick weekend brew sessions. Takes about the length of a toddler nap to complete from water pour to yeast pitch. Then two weeks in the fermenter and straight into the keg. The end result: an unpretentious, clear, cleanly hoppy quencher that evokes memories of visiting the brew pub and listening to buddies play live music some six and a half thousand years ago.

S
S.S.
Meh

Not bad, not great. Little hop flavor and ho-hum malt taste. Not improving much with age. Drinkable but I won’t brew it again.