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India Pale Ale Brewery Pouch

India Pale Ale Brewery Pouch

Item Number:29-10505
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INCLUDED WITH THIS RECIPE
2.2LB Of Dextrose
2.2 lb of Dextrose (1 kg)
Mangrove Jack's India Pale Ale Recipe: 6 Gallon Kit

A traditional English style IPA. With a biscuity malt body and noticeable hop flavours, this beer has subtle notes of vanilla and grapefruit pith followed by a lingering dry bitterness.

ABV Approx. 4.7%

Bitterness: IBU 35-45

Bitterness rating: 3/5

Colour Approx: Golden

Comes with: British Ale Yeast 10 g

Makes: 23 L

This recipe requires an additional 2.2 pounds of dextrose.

A breakthrough in the traditional beer kit. Each of our Brewery Pouches has two sides. One side has been cold filled with some of Europe's finest brewers' extracts. The other, contains a high quality yeast strain to give you the desired aromas for your chosen beer as well as the instructions on how to brew your beer.  All of these kits are cold filled into a pouch, instead of a can, to retail all the delicate flavours and aromas which are lost using the traditional canning process.



1 Stars
Easy to brew but hard on the palate
I have a friend who says he likes it so if I brew more of this it will go to him. I found a very tasty Wheat beer at a local store but that was a fluke. It cannot be imported to the US. But to the point...I am concentrating on wheat beers for myself. I am not a fan of the bitterness of this IPA.
Reviewed by:  on 8/23/2017
1/5
1 Stars
Meh
The packaging is a bit weird. I wasn't sure where to cut and was worried that I'd end up with syrup everywhere and a yeast package lost in a sticky mess. I got lucky and cut just above the syrup. It was also difficult to get all of the syrup out in that double bag thing. I'd say lose the clever packaging and just stick with cans or bottles so you can control it better. Why they went with a 6 gallon recipe, I don't understand. I have a 5 gallon keg and I'll be damned if I'm going to do any bottling. So I crossed my fingers and ended up with a higher gravity 5 gallon version. It was still only about 5.5% ABV. The flavor was just not on target. If there's some special pre-hopping process they use to simulate aroma/flavor hopping, I couldn't detect it. It was overly bitter and inky. I didn't pick up any specialty malts that it's supposed to have. It just tasted like a stale, one note extract brew. I ended up dumping it to free up the keg.
Reviewed by:  on 4/10/2017
1/5
4 Stars
I'm a fan
Good overall taste, so simple to do, this is great if you don't always have the time for a full brew day.
Reviewed by:  on 4/8/2017
4/5

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