Bulldog Evil Dog American Double IPA

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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.
Bulldog Evil Dog American Double IPA
Bulldog Evil Dog American Double IPA
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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£4.99

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£30 for Saturday delivery.



£11.99 (48 HR)

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£4.99

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£13.99 (48 HR)

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£2.99 £3.99 £4.99 £16.50 (48HR)

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Up to 500g sent Royal Mail 1st Class 501 - 1kg Sent Royal Mail First Class

1kg - 1.5kg Sent Royal Mail 1st Class

Over 1.5kg to 30kg Sent Parcel Force

Zone 1 - UK Mainland (all postcodes not mentioned in zone 2 and 3)

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1st 30kg Free .

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

£30 for Saturday delivery.



1st 30kg £6.00 - £11.99/additional 30kg

Zone 1 - Isle of Wight

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1st 30kg £8.00 - £13.99/additional 30kg

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FREE FREE FREE 1st 30kg £10.00 - £16.50/additional 30kg

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  1. 80%
    It really isn't that bad!

    Review by on

    I have recently brewed this kit (four months before its BBE date), bought as a present for me by one of my sons eighteen months or more ago. Given the mixed reviews, and a recollection of a friend's equally critical comments, I could not wait to try it, and had my first taste the other day after it had been bottled barely a week.

    Being a big fan of Cascade hops, I would not call this a typical American IPA, despite its use of Simcoe and Summit hops. And perversely it initially reminded me more of Festival's Dubbel rather than Razorback! Although looking at their alleged “sensory descriptions” (https://learn.kegerator.com) it's difficult to know what we should have expected from this hop combination. The hop flavour is more subtle than with some American style IPAs, as with many strong beers the alcoholic strength masks the hop flavour. Also it's definitely not 'pale', but a glorious amber colour. But I was more than pleasantly surprised by my first pint, and am definitely looking forward to drinking the other 39.

    I am aware that certain brews definitely improve with age (for example, the intense smokiness of Young's American Oaked Rum ale eventually gives way to the wanted rum flavour, and the initial brashness of the hops in Young's New World Saison matures nicely into a very drinkable Belgian style beer), so I'm going to try to keep back some of this batch for a few months, however this may be difficult. If it does improve/mellow with age it's going to be a very nice strong ale.

    If you are similar to me and like all styles of ale/beer, don't worry about what it says on the box, try this kit, it really isn't that bad.
  2. 80%
    It's really not that bad!

    Review by on

    I have recently brewed this kit (four months before its BBE date), bought as a present for me by one of my sons eighteen months or more ago. Given the mixed reviews above, and a recollection of a friend's equally critical comments, I could not wait to try it, and had my first taste the other day after it had been bottled barely a week.

    Being a big fan of Cascade hops, I would not call this a typical American IPA, despite its use of Simcoe and Summit hops. And perversely it initially reminded me more of Festival's Dubbel rather than Razorback! Although looking at their alleged “sensory descriptions” (https://learn.kegerator.com) it's difficult to know what we should have expected from this hop combination. The hop flavour is more subtle than with some American style IPAs, as with many strong beers the alcoholic strength masks the hop flavour. Also it's definitely not 'pale', but a glorious amber colour. But I was more than pleasantly surprised by my first pint, and am definitely looking forward to drinking the other 39.

    I am aware that certain brews definitely improve with age (for example, the intense smokiness of Young's American Oaked Rum ale eventually gives way to the wanted rum flavour, and the initial brashness of the hops in Young's New World Saison matures nicely into a very drinkable Belgian style beer), so I'm going to try to keep back some of this batch for a few months, however this may be difficult. If it does improve/mellow with age it's going to be a very nice strong ale.

    If you are similar to me and like all styles of ale/beer, don't worry about what it says on the box, try this kit, it really isn't that bad.