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Brewcraft - ITEM # 10660

Brewcraft Recipe Pack: Dry Hopped West Coast IPA

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$49.99

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Get ready to enter your own personal Hops Heaven! This Brewcraft kit has all the ingredients you need to create your very own Dry Hopped West Coast IPA!


    Overview

    Get ready to enter your own personal Hops Heaven! This Brewcraft kit has all the ingredients you need to create your very own Dry Hopped West Coast IPA!

    Whether you’re an experienced homebrewer or just getting started, you’ll appreciate the convenience of this Brewcraft kit. Inside you’ll find several varieties of hops, malt, grains, crystals, sugar, yeast, and necessary equipment like bottle caps and grain straining bags.

    Of course, you’ll also find a complete set of instructions that will help you turn this box of ingredients into a world-class brew that you’ll be proud to call your own!

    If you’re a hop-head with a passion for a well-made IPA, it’s time to step up to the plate and brew your own batch with the easy-to-use Dry Hopped West Coast IPA Brewcraft kit!

    Features
    • Full box of ingredients to make your own West Coast IPA
    • Includes instructions for hassle-free brewing

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    Specifications
    Includes
    • (1) Pack (1 oz.) Cascade hops
    • (1) Pack (1 oz.) Chinook hops
    • (1) Pack (1 oz.) Columbus hops
    • (2) Packs (1 oz. each) Nugget hops
    • (1) Pack priming sugar
    • (1) Pack brewing grain
    • (50) Bottle caps
    • (1) Pack (11.5 g) dry ale yeast
    • (4) Hops steeping bags
    • (1) Grain steeping bag
    • (1) Pack (1 lb.) brewers crystals
    • (2) Packs (3 lbs. each) dry malt
    • (1) Instruction sheet
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    Great flavor
    I've been trying lots of IPA recipes and having a hard time getting the hoppiness that I want. This is the best IPA I've brewed so far, although still not as hoppy as what I can buy.
    March 28, 2017
    CA, US
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
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    Yes! I would recommend this product.
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    Nice and hoppy
    This was my 1st beer and I made a few "mistakes" but it still came out as a very nice and hoppy 9.3ABV IPA. The one thing that I would suggest is that it include instructions on how to eliminate the cloudiness of this beer. Other than that the instructions were very easy to understand and follow. I am hooked. These kits are great.
    December 15, 2015
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
    Questions & Answers
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    Why did you choose this?
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    Good Gift
    Marc L on May 18, 2016
    like trying different IPA's.
    David H on Jan 19, 2016
    Good Gift
    Marc L on May 18, 2016
    I enjoy homebrewing
    Michael S on Jan 31, 2016
    like trying different IPA's.
    David H on Jan 19, 2016
    I enjoy homebrewing
    Michael S on Jan 31, 2016
    Do I need a 6 gallon pot for this? Or is it a partial mash sort of deal where I can use a 3 gallon pot?
    Phillip G on Jun 11, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I bought my husband an entire brewing kit. The kit came with a 20 quart pot. We are just brewed a few weeks ago for the first time. From I recall, once you add the ingredients for seeping, the pot was pretty full. You have to watch the temperature very closely to make sure that the wort does not boil over. From what my husband researched, the boiling over is a common problem. I would recommend using a 5 gallon pot. My husband watched a lot of brewing videos on you tube before we brewed. He found them very helpful.
    What equipment do I need to make this Kit?
    Whitt on Mar 28, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: At a minimum you need a 2-3 gallon stainless pot and a 5-gallon fermenting bucket with a lid and a spout. Then if you're bottling the beer (as opposed to kegging it) you'll need a bottle capper. I suggest buying a basic 2-bucket brewing kit such as (https://www.kegworks.com/homebrew-equipment-starter-kit) but you'll still need to buy a large pot if you don't have one.
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