Here are the best Ale Beer making kits, so you can brew the best Ales this season.
A classic German Dunkelweizen for the winter wheat drinker. Caramel and chocolate flavors from the malt combine with classic banana and clove yeast flavors to create this richly flavored brew.
A dark and powerful beer! Lots of chocolate and carafa malts create a robust flavor. This beer is high octane and makes a perfect dark brew for sipping.
A classic American style Pale Ale. Resin and citrus flavors from the Cascade hops form the flavor profile that started the American hop revolution.
A Classic American Cream Ale made with flaked Maize. This is a ‘lawnmower beer’ that is crisp and refreshing. Its light body and flavor make it perfect for a sweltering summer day.
A dark brew with an initial sweetness that transtiions into a lasting hop bitterness that is firm, but not overpowering. The Ankle Bïter uses a large proportion of Munich extract to create a full and malty experience, while the German hops provide an earthy hop tone. Named for some ornery dachshunds, this is a more robust example of a German Alt Bier.
A collaboration with Back Bay Brewing in Virginia Beach, this beer combines the attributes of a classic German Hefeweizen with the fruity citrus notes of the best pale ales. Tropical fruit, citrus and apricot notes play off the solid wheat backbone and spicy phenolic tones to create a crisp Hefeweizen that disappears fast.
An English-style brown ale with the classic Fuggles hops spread out through the boil. Well balanced and very tasty, this is a must try for any brown ale fan.
Blonde ale at its best! This is a mildly malty, golden-colored ale with a light presence of American style hops. Lightly colored with a nice body and a shot of Wildflower honey, this is an easy drinking brew. This beer makes a great base for fresh fruit or flavoring extracts.
A brown Ale with a honey-like flavor derived from the use of Gambrinus Honey Malt. The honey malt combines with chocolate malt to create an incredible aroma that leaves an amazing impression from when you first open the grains to when you drink the final bottle.
Light and effervescent, this beer contains fresh honey and American Hefeweizen Yeast for a slightly cloudy, “fluffy” finish.
A classic example of an Ordinary Bitter, this brew has a malty base and a mild hop component. This is the beer you get when you ask for a pint in an English Pub.
This beer is aptly named with its pitch-black body and creamy tan head. The aroma is a blend of sweet caramel and pine resin hops with just a touch of citrus. Full bodied and smooth, the flavors set off with extravagant dark chocolate then transition into hop bitterness and crisp pine.
A lightly hopped red ale in the traditional style. Crimson colored, this beer has a crisp body and a roasted finish that leaves the palate wanting more.
An IPA with a well balanced hop profile. 10 different hop additions fill this beer with hop character without overloading it with bitterness.
More bitter than the 60 minute IPA, this brew maintains the same well balanced hop profile. 13 different hop additions fill this beer with hop bitterness, flavor and aroma.
An English pale ale with a generous allotment of English hops. The Burton Ale yeast creates subtle, yet complex fruity esters reminiscent of apple and pear.
A pale ale with great hop flavor and bitterness. The British Ale yeast strain leaves this beer with a malty profile.
An English brown porter made with Cluster hops.
Brown ale with a strong biscuit flavor and chocolate notes. Slightly higher bitterness than traditional browns, this beer uses American hop varieties for the bittering addition.
Nice malty aroma, rich hearty flavor and a well balanced finish define this beer.