Bulldog Evil Dog American Double IPA

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Bulldog Evil Dog American Double IPA

SKU:23012
£19.99

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Evil Dog American Double IPA has been created around a powerful dose of the American Simcoe and Summit hop varieties and a fine selection of malts, which in combination with our special craft beer yeast will produce a true craft beer, with potent bitterness and bursting with aromas of pine and grapefruit. The massive dose of American hop pellets comes in teabag technology of course, for maximum convenience.

This beer making kit does not require sugar addition. except the small amount added when bottling. Everything you need is in the kit, just add water to make 23 litres of stunning strength export lager.

No Additional sugar required. Makes 40 pints of approx 7.1% ABV.

Basic beer brewing equipment is required: Starter Equipment set and 25 litre fermentation bin and lid.

Barrel or Bottles, see Need to know - Barrel or Bottle for more information.

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Evil Dog American Double IPA has been created around a powerful dose of the American Simcoe and Summit hop varieties and a fine selection of malts, which in combination with our special craft beer yeast will produce a true craft beer, with potent bitterness and bursting with aromas of pine and grapefruit. The massive dose of American hop pellets comes in teabag technology of course, for maximum convenience. This beer making kit does not require sugar addition. except the small amount added when bottling. Everything you need is in the kit, just add water to make 23 litres of stunning strength export lager. No Additional sugar required. Makes 40 pints of approx 7.1% ABV. Basic beer brewing equipment is required: Starter Equipment set and 25 litre fermentation bin and lid. Barrel or Bottles, see Need to know - Barrel or Bottle for more information.
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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?
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Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
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Additional 30kg £5.99 but free with each additional £65 spend

 £30 for Saturday delivery.



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  • Rating
    Loon Juice !
    Review by Chrison 29/01/2018
    From other reviews looks like this is a bit of a 'marmite' kit - But I loved it.
    It was only my 2nd ever brew attempt but it came out really well - under the 7.1% advertised but still packed a punch coming in at 6.5%.
    So easy to drink though.
    Seriously, it does not taste anywhere as strong as it is. I found myself quite the worse for wear after getting 'the flavour' in the garden one sunny Saturday afternoon and losing track of how many I'd necked.
    I was in absolute ruins by the evening !
    All of which led me to have a healthy respect for this beer - I'll be doing it again
  • Rating
    Best tasting kit I have ever made
    Review by Bennoon 15/11/2017
    I don't get the other reviews rating this as bad. This is the best kit I have ever made. I've mastered all grain brewing now and had this stuck at the back of the cupboard and was quite out of date, bought some fresh yeast (Wilko) and gave it a whirl. When ready, this made me question the point of all grain! Well, maybe not but at £20 this is great. Everyone I had round for a BBQ simply loved it that much I turned my back to find them helping themselves. They could barely walk when they left. My guests were real ale drinkers and mostly members of CAMRA and they don't mind offering criticism. Give it a whirl.
  • Rating
    Be patient with this one
    Review by Multi Bobon 31/05/2016
    Tried this as my 1st home brew years ago and tasted so bad after a month I thought I'd done something wrong with sterilising, My second attempt went much better and it was far more drinkable but needs to be left in the bottles for as long as you can. Mine managed 2 months and we drank the lot over a couple of weekends, will have to keep some aside next time as I would like to know how this would develop if left 6 months. Worth a try but be patient with this one as I think there was nothing wrong with my 1st attempt in hindsight and just needed to be far more patient (its also wrecking juice, not for the faint hearted)
  • Rating
    Give it time
    Review by Ghosthunteron 27/04/2016
    First time I brewed this it tasted like alcoholic lemonade after 3 weeks in the bottle. Left it for 5 months and then SUPERB!. Second time it was ready to go after a month in the bottle. Why? I'm not sure. My procedure was the same and it stayed in the fermentor for a month on both brews. The only difference was the kit. The first had loose hop pellets and the second kit had large teabags and batch no was different on the kit.
    All the people who I've given this to turned up their nose at the first taste.......by the end of the glass they all wanted more and nothing else!. This brew hides its alcohol content very well.
    If you are a dyed in the wool English ale addict then you may take some convincing, persevere and you will be rewarded.
    This and Razorback are similar brews and I love both!
  • Rating
    Strong!
    Review by Jayon 22/10/2015
    It's an ok brew but not my favourite from Bulldog. Was bubbling away like crazy in the fermenting vessel for days. End result is an interesting flavour profile and a strong kick however I think I'm going to stick with Raja!
  • Rating
    Not great
    Review by Daveon 14/03/2015
    I thought I'd screwed something up, so fiddled , re-hopped, and waited a few times.

    Seems like this is what it's meant to be like.

    It's not undrinkable... but it was. I added more hops and left it another week, then re-primed and bottled from keg.

    It's "OK".
  • Rating
    Awful
    Review by pjon 08/03/2015
    Had high hopes for this, but it's rubbish. Taste wise it's on a par with a single tin geordie bitter with a bag of white tate & lyle. Yes it's strong, but tastes like dishwater. Don't waste your money.
  • Rating
    grim
    Review by Paulon 04/03/2015
    worst brew I've ever done - tastes like sucking the end of a leaky Bic pen

    quite strong in alcohol but foul tasting

    see my review on the BrewUK forum - it looks like numerous other people agree with me