- Shipping Weight: 3.4 Kg
- Item model number: JI-JHQY-CYU0
- ASIN: B003SSFG7I
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 17 2010
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,084,072 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
True Brew Oktoberfest Home Brew Beer Ingredient Kit
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- True brew ingredient kits are assembled using the finest ingredients available
- Each kit contains: malts, hops, yeast and even bottle caps
- Each ingredient kit makes 5 gallons of top quality homebrew
- With our easy to read instructions your assured a great brew every time
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Falling leaves, crisp air, celebrate the season in true German style. Each True Brew ingredient kit makes approximately 5 gallons of beer which is equivalent to 2 cases of 12oz beers. This Ingredient Kit Includes: Unhopped amber malt extract (1 can), light dried malt extract (2 lbs), melanoidin grain (8 oz), hop pellets (2 oz), ale yeast (1 pack), grain steeping bag, priming sugar (5 oz), bottle caps, easy to read instructions.
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This kit is an extract kit with a bit of specialty grains. This should not cost more than $40
At this price you can buy a full keg of organic all grain beer from your local brewer.
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Anyway, I did 4 days primary and 5 days secondary. I reached fg on racking to secondary date, so I racked to age a little in secondary. Bottles were ready to drink after only a week. The taste is seriously competition worthy, and I've had a lot of different beers in my life, though my tastes do favor milder, lighter beers with low IBUs - which that is what this beer is.
The instructions are quite simple to follow and with careful consideration to cleanliness and preparation, you will have a great tasting beer.
I recommend getting a beer instruction book which will enhance your brewing experience, since part of the instruction pamplet provides only bullet points to procedures that may require more detail.
I plan to pass this batch out during an upcoming Christmas party, so I am currently doing a taste test and making sure it meets my expectations for a good brew.
My experience with this beer:
-You can drink this warm or cold.
-It smells flavorful, sweet.
-Great foamy head, though less carbonated than most commercial beers.
-Taste is not too strong/harsh, not weak either
I like it!
We did a single carboy fermentation which seemed to work really well for us.