St Austell Tribute Ale AG Recipe Pack

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St Austell/BrewUK Tribute challenge 2013 winning recipe. The challenge invited brewers to clone the famous St Austell beer and the entries were judged by St Austells head brewer Roger Ryman and a team of expert judges at the brewery.

Award-winning Tribute was first brewed to commemorate the 1999 solar eclipse. Today, the popularity of this great-tasting 4.2% abv beer has spread nationwide; with Tribute now being voted as one of the UK's top-ten premium cask ales.

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

Crushed Maris otter & munich malts.

Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated.

This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.4% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.

This pack is suitable and come with instructions for the 20L Braumiester.


This is an All Grain recipe pack and therefore requires equipment and knowledge of All Grain/Full Mash brewing techniques.

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St Austell/BrewUK Tribute challenge 2013 winning recipe. The challenge invited brewers to clone the famous St Austell beer and the entries were judged by St Austells head brewer Roger Ryman and a team of expert judges at the brewery. Award-winning Tribute was first brewed to commemorate the 1999 solar eclipse. Today, the popularity of this great-tasting 4.2% abv beer has spread nationwide; with Tribute now being voted as one of the UK's top-ten premium cask ales. Fuggles, WIllamette and Styrian hops give this beer a delicious malty flavour and slightly citrus finish. Crushed Maris otter & munich malts. Choice of Yeast This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 4.4% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. This is an All Grain recipe pack and therefore requires equipment and knowledge of All Grain/Full Mash brewing techniques.
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
    Very nice
    Review by Timothyon 10/09/2017
    Great kit, turned out very nice
  • Rating
    Great Pale Ale
    Review by Laurenceon 17/05/2017
    This was my first AG beer and it was a nice easy straight forward brew. Instructions are clear and precise and the brew day went well. The beer is really tasty and I think probably better than Tribute but that could be just my locals beer lines :) Its a good summer session ale. Definitely worth brewing
  • Rating
    Very nice pint and quite close to the original.
    Review by Roberton 19/12/2016
    Brewed this a while ago and put it in 5 litre barrels. Tried the first after about 4 weeks and was very impressed. Since then I've shared 2 more barrels with friends. Everyone has been impressed and enjoyed it immensly. It has improved with age and is now at its peak. I am saving the last barrel for Xmas weekend.
    Good recipe easy to brew. I used Wyeast Thames valley yeast and I am sure it was a good choice. In the fermentor for 2 weeks (I always allow lots of time in primary).
    Brewing this again today. Recommended*****
  • Rating
    Good and Reliable
    Review by Johnon 28/06/2016
    I've made this several times - never disapoints
  • Rating
    Very close!
    Review by Rosson 15/02/2016
    As previous reviews state this is very very close to the real thing but not exact. However this provides the perfect base to work from to achieve perfection. I have found that it is also a very quick beer from brew to drinkable for me was 10 days ferment, into a barrel with 80g of sugar disolved in 1 pint of water, 4-5 days later it was perfectly drinkable however I did leave for 1 week then cold crashed for a week and it had come out perfect :) brewed mine as per instructions with safale s04 yeast to keep the fruity malty flavours. Will definatly be buying more of these to play with as it's a cracking pint either way :)
  • Rating
    Very Good
    Review by Johnon 09/01/2016
    Once again these recipe packs have given me a very good beer. at good value.
  • Rating
    Not quite Tribute, but a nice drink in itself
    Review by ChrisRon 19/01/2014
    Brewing:
    I added ½ a Campden tablet to the liquor, I’m in a soft, alkali water area so I acidified to ph5.5. There is no advice regarding water in the instruction sheet so I decided on a water profile of 300ppm sulphate, 200ppm chloride merely because that’s what I’d usually use for a strong bitter.

    There was just a small (<1g) shortage of all the hops.

    I ended with 23 L in the boiler at the end of the boil, at 1043. Which gives a mash efficiency of 79%.

    I let the final hops steep for 40 minutes as the boiler cooled.


    Results:
    I did a side-by-side comparison with draught Tribute (and I had to go two towns away to find it, up here in Derbyshire!)

    The big thing that hit me straight away was the much bigger 'body' and mouth-feel of the real thing. The kit brew tastes thin and watery by comparison. (I mashed at 66C, as per the instructions.) But you can definitely tell it's the 'same' beer; the overall tastes are indeed similar. But the real one has more of everything! The kit brew wasn't as malty, and this resulted in the hops coming to the fore, and making the kit brew seem more bitter than the real one, but I don't think it was really, just that the real one had a better malt/hop balance. The other noticeable difference was in the citrusy/fruity hop aroma and taste real Tribute has. Those were lacking in the kit brew. But I guess that's down to the specifics of the late hopping StA do. Something difficult replicate without the exact same equipment St Austell brewery has. The late hopping in the recipe is just Styrians at flame-out.

    So, I may well try this again, but up the mash temperature to try to get more malty flavours and more non-fermentables in it to get a bigger body. I feel that was the biggest difference between the two Tributes.

    However, having said all that I would add:
    1/ This is not intended to be a criticism of the kit. I think we Tribute fans owe BrewUK a big thank you for organising the competition and supplying the kits following them. We must acknowledge it is really tricky to copy a beer exactly (impossible, really).
    2/ Someone else brewing the kit will undoubtedly get a slightly different result to me - different equipment, personal idiosyncrasies in procedures, there's lots of potential differences that can affect the result.
    3/ The kit makes you a nice enough drink in itself. If you are considering trying the kit, go for it. You should get a nice drink out of it and it is definitely Tribute-like.

  • Rating
    Not quite but still amazing
    Review by badgeron 11/01/2014
    one of the nicest beers ive made, not quite tribute but very tasty none the less