American Beers - New World Saison

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Saisons as a beer style have always tended to be a style that fosters experimentation, especially in the US. This beer combines a traditional Belgian yeast that has accentuated spicy, peppery and fruity estery yet dry character with the best of New Zealand hops and American hopping techniques. This is a cutting edge beer style that is growing in popularity in the UK and the US. We’ve packed into this beer two hops from New Zealand, Pacific Jade and Motueka characterised by their heavily fruity, spicy lime, lemon zest and black pepper characteristics that work amazingly well with the unique saison yeasts spicy and peppery character. Dry hopping with these hops means that the hop character is super fresh and bright lending a great drinkability to this already refreshing beer. Our Saison pours a lovely gold with a fluffy white head, an amazing aroma of spicy limes, Belgian esters and soft fruit character explode from the glass. On the palate the body is biscuity and dry with a lovely crisp acidity that cradles the spicy notes to perfection. At a healthy abv this beer is still extremely drinkable belying its strength, the perfect hoppy yet drinkable blend of styles in a glass. See - Golden with a lovely creamy fluffy head Aroma - Belgian spicy esters together with citrus limes. Taste - Dry crisp acidity cradled with delicious spicy notes Makes 40 pints of approx 6.3% beer.
American Beers - New World Saison
American Beers - New World Saison
Saisons as a beer style have always tended to be a style that fosters experimentation, especially in the US. This beer combines a traditional Belgian yeast that has accentuated spicy, peppery and fruity estery yet dry character with the best of New Zealand hops and American hopping techniques. This is a cutting edge beer style that is growing in popularity in the UK and the US. We’ve packed into this beer two hops from New Zealand, Pacific Jade and Motueka characterised by their heavily fruity, spicy lime, lemon zest and black pepper characteristics that work amazingly well with the unique saison yeasts spicy and peppery character. Dry hopping with these hops means that the hop character is super fresh and bright lending a great drinkability to this already refreshing beer. Our Saison pours a lovely gold with a fluffy white head, an amazing aroma of spicy limes, Belgian esters and soft fruit character explode from the glass. On the palate the body is biscuity and dry with a lovely crisp acidity that cradles the spicy notes to perfection. At a healthy abv this beer is still extremely drinkable belying its strength, the perfect hoppy yet drinkable blend of styles in a glass. See - Golden with a lovely creamy fluffy head Aroma - Belgian spicy esters together with citrus limes. Taste - Dry crisp acidity cradled with delicious spicy notes Makes 40 pints of approx 6.3% beer. Young's developed the American range to bring the best of American craft brewing to the UK. The approach is simply based on the same philosophy as the American craft brewing industry; only the best and freshest ingredients are used not sacrificing quality over cost. What really sets this range apart is the use of specially selected yeasts including US West Coast Ale dried yeast sourced from an American craft brewery and Newcastle Dark Ale yeast. All used to bring out the wonderful flavoursome liquid malt extracts with progressive style hops - skillfully combined to bring you a truly inspired range of premium quality American craft beer kits.

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£30 for Saturday delivery.



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1kg - 1.5kg Sent Royal Mail 1st Class

Over 1.5kg to 30kg Sent Parcel Force

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Additional 30kg £5.99 but free with each additional £65 spend

£30 for Saturday delivery.



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  1. 40%
    Of all the extract kits I've brewed - this is the only one with questionable results

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    I followed the instructions exactly - including the advice to push the fermentation temp to the low 30's. It went off like a rocket with foam blocking the air lock and flowing out of the fv. The taste is .....unusual. A salty, yeasty taste that overpowers everything else - this is after 7 weeks in the bottle. slightly cloudy and a sour yeasty taste - I'm not a fan. Perhaps it was a mistake in the brewing but I will not do this one again
  2. 100%
    Full of flavour

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    This was a bit of an ambitious second stab at the brewing lark for me, as it required the purchase of a belt heater. But happily paid off, as the results were delicious. I fermented for two weeks at 28-30 degs, producing an FG of 1.000 and ABV of 5.9%. It then spent a good month in the cold loft before I dared to taste, but I was overwhelmed by the result. Has a note of sourness and grapefruity qualities, but keeps things in check with a big Belgian head and fluffy-sweet finish.
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