St Austell 1851 IPA Extract Recipe Pack

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St Austell 1851 IPA Extract Recipe Pack

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A Classic old school IPA with a balance of hop bitterness, dry biscuit malt and fruity finish. Brewed to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of St Austell brewery this great beer is often brewed on the St Austell microbrewery as its a firm favourite with the brewing team.

Fuggles and Styrian hops give this beer a delicious malty flavour and slightly citrus finish.

2.5kg Light and Wheat Dried malt extract

Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated.

This recipe pack will give you approx 21 litres of 5.2% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.

This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.

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A Classic old school IPA with a balance of hop bitterness, dry biscuit malt and fruity finish. Brewed to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of St Austell brewery this great beer is often brewed on the St Austell microbrewery as its a firm favourite with the brewing team. Fuggles and Styrian hops give this beer a delicious malty flavour and slightly citrus finish. 2.5kg Light and Wheat Dried malt extract Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated. This recipe pack will give you approx 21 litres of 5.2% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
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How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
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My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
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If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

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    Great beer
    Review by Ianon 29/05/2015
    I have brewed this kit twice and each time the results have been excellent.

    The brewed beer is a light amber colour with a distinctive hoppy aroma and taste.

    Fermented using Danstar Nottingham and transferred to a Kingkeg barrel. Cleared within five days, tasted great then but now. 2 weeks later, fantastic!!!

    This is one of my favourites.
  • Rating
    I liked it!
    Review by ChrisRon 19/01/2014
    Unfortunately I can't really remember what 1851 is supposed to taste like, as I only get to drink it once a year (at the StA beer festival) so I can't comment on whether this produces a convincing replica of it.

    However, I can report it makes a very nice drink; I think this is one of the nicest brews I've done in a long while. I also tried the Tribute kit, and I think this turned out as a nicer drink than that.

    What I ended up with was a rather old-fashioned IPA in that it's not one of these modern IPAs, with the in-your-face new world hops. It's very subdued IPA, and it's not like St A's Proper Job. It's a much a hoppy, strong bitter as an IPA, in my opinion.

    I will be brewing this again, sometime.