49er Extract Recipe Pack

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49er Extract Recipe Pack

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Deceptively strong and drinkable, 49er is a delicious mid-brown beer. Fruity aroma but really well balanced, this one is hard to keep away from. One of our all time favourite recipes.

All the ingredients required to make the 49er Recipe.

30g Challenger Hops

16g Goldings Hops

200g Crystal Malt

15g Chocolate Malt

3kg Light dried malt extract

Choice of yeast

This kit requires 50g of sugar which is not included.

This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.9% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.

This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 10 litres) and boiling of the liquid.

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Deceptively strong and drinkable, 49er is a delicious mid-brown beer. Fruity aroma but really well balanced, this one is hard to keep away from. One of our all time favourite recipes. All the ingredients required to make the 49er Recipe. 30g Challenger Hops 16g Goldings Hops 200g Crystal Malt 15g Chocolate Malt 3kg Light dried malt extract Choice of yeast This kit requires 50g of sugar which is not included. This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.9% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
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?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
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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  • Rating
    Improves dramatically with age
    Review by Royon 13/02/2017
    After brewing this, I was initially underwhelmed by the resulting beer. Tasted a lot like an old fashioned Scottish Heavy, meaning that it was ok but not really inspiring. It therefore was moved out to the shed. After about 6 weeks I had the opportunity to try a bottle. What an improvement!.
    Moral of the story is: leave it for about 2 months to mature and you get a very good beer
  • Rating
    Lovely bitter
    Review by Paulon 12/06/2015
    This one I would leave for 6-8 weeks in the bottle - it ages and just gets better with the malt tastes coming through. It is a lovely pint I would be more than happy to be served in a pub.
  • Rating
    Good brew
    Review by Mileson 10/06/2015
    Easy to follow instuctions, gave it 4 weeks to mature in the barrel, cracking pint!
  • Rating
    great kit
    Review by Paulon 02/06/2015
    so good so simple
  • Rating
    Full flavoured
    Review by Ianon 29/05/2015
    Brew fermented with Safale04. Fermentation complete after 8 days and barrelled with small amount of priming sugar.

    Beer had cleared within 4 days and tasted good then but I managed to leave it for another two weeks before drinking.

    The beer is a pale amber colour with a full flavour of both malt and hops. It is dangerously drinkable for its gravity and I shall brew it again later in the year.
  • Rating
    Suggest the recipe pack be more informative
    Review by Lukeon 06/05/2015
    This is not a review of the beer, mine is still fermenting however it's looking good. What I'm interested in is the process. I'm sure if you're like me, a complete beginner to home brewing, you set out to understand the process and have fun learning along the way. (Before you enjoy the brew!) Think it would be interesting if the recipe pack was more informative e.g. describing which hops is Pack 1. Another curiosity is to only boil 6 litres of water then to cool this quickly (I was all set up with my wort cooler) this is then added up to 23 litres by which time it is cold! So insuring the correct temperature before adding the yeast was a little tricky. Guess I'm on a learning curve, but it's fun! Service, delivery etc excellent. I'll be back when I taste my brew.
  • Rating
    Close to the original
    Review by Mattpon 08/04/2014
    I brewed this with the Ringwood yeast and it has been bottled for about 6 weeks. I tried a side by side comparison with the original Ringwood 49er last night and they are very close but still some distinct differences.
    I found the original 49er to have a crisper taste with almost a smoky oak flavour whereas the extract kit had a more fruity smell to it, almost a hint of pear drops. This may have been down to my brewing but it fermented at a steady 18C for 2 weeks and cleared beautifully. The colour was slightly darker than the original but not by much.
    I may be being over critical as my beer drinking friends all liked it and judging by how few bottles are left, it can't be bad. May try it again in the future but the WTA, Rocker and Proper Job extract kits from Brew UK are so good that I have several of those lined up first.
  • Rating
    Just lovely
    Review by Paulon 25/03/2013
    Well just started drinking my bottles now after about 3 weeks in the bottle so think they will improve further but even at this time it tastes just lovely.

    I would easily recommend this recipe for someone wanted a good traditional bitter.
  • Rating
    Just what I wanted!
    Review by Goliathon 19/02/2013
    This was the first extract kit I used with liquid yeast (Ringwood strain, of course) and it did not disappoint! The end result was very similar to 49er and was clear as a bell and ready to drink soon after bottling. The aged beer though (after a few months) was outstanding!