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Brewcraft Rogue Dead Guy Ale Kit

Brewcraft Rogue Dead Guy Ale Kit

Item Number:29-10449
Your Price:$44.99

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Add Wyeast 1764 Pacman Yeast
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Add Hop Bag?
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Brewcraft Rogue Dead Guy Ale Kit

Rogue Dead Guy Ale Beer Ingredient Kit is produced by Brewcraft USA. This is the first homebrewing beer ingredient kit formulated with the help of a major US craft brewer. Rogue Dead Guy Ale is a Bock style American ale that has won over 25 awards since it was first created in the mid-90s.

This beer kit makes 5 gallons of beer in 2 weeks, includes instructions and all ingredients including yeast. Rogue's proprietary Pacman Ale yeast packaged by Wyeast is available to be purchased separately or as an option with this beer kit. Just click the pull down menu below and select yes please.

Beer Kit Includes:
English dry malt extract
Candi sugar
Amber, Munich and Crystal specialty grains
Perle and Czech Saaz hop pellets
Dry Yeast
Hop Bags, Grain Bag, Priming Sugar
Makes 5 gallons

Don't forget to add the 1764 Pacman yeast for  your Rogue kit.
5 Stars
Tastes Identical
Easy to make and tastes like the original.
Reviewed by:  on 3/16/2016
5 Stars
Dead Guy Ressurected
This beer is easy to brew and comes out tasting almost exactly like Rogue's dead guy ale. The color is slightly less in SRM than real dead guy but the taste and smell are 'dead on'. I tried it with a fairly new bottle of the Rogue and couldn't detect any difference. This is what you want in a clone. I used Mangrove Jack M44 double pitched and it was an aggressive quick ferment. Easy to make and this recipe is definitely worth picking up if you like Dead Guy Ale.
Reviewed by:  on 10/15/2015
5 Stars
Great beer
This is a great beer. My brother and I did a blind taste test with a bottle of dead guy from Rogue. We could not tell the two apart on appearance or taste. Our beer had slightly less mouth feel. We will definitely brew this again. If you like Dead Guy Ale, you should give this one a try.
Reviewed by:  on 8/25/2014

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