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Nut Zippers Indubitably Dark Ale, Beer Making Extract Kit

Nut Zippers Indubitably Dark Ale, Beer Making Extract Kit

Nut Zippers Indubitably Dark Ale, Beer Making Extract Kit

  • Just the Facts, Ma’am: ABV 8.1%, Color 32 SRM, IBU 31, Original Gravity 1.076, Final Gravity 1.014
  • All of our recipe kits are made fresh to your order. No pre-boxed kits. NO WAREHOUSES!
  • The recipe kit makes 5 gallons of fresh, homebrewed beer.
  • The recipe kit included dried beer yeast and priming sugar.

We hope your lucky number is ten, because this prohibitively dark ale uses ten different malts, and it’s making no apologies. Say “indubitably dark” ten times, and you’ll feel like you’re squirreling away those malts for a rainy day, because when the sun don’t shine, you’ll gaze upon this murky maelstrom and nod in acknowledgement. And the weak at heart will shudder, “but this beer-it’s not classified into a beer style. What should we do? Help meâ?¦. Help me!” Get a grip, cream puff, because w

List Price: $ 42.99

Price: $ 42.99

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    what is this stuff?, October 5, 2013
    By 
    M. Stivers (phx) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Nut Zippers Indubitably Dark Ale, Beer Making Extract Kit (Misc.)

    the boys at jasper’s don’t place this beer in a category, it stands alone!
    im brewing it with Nottingham yeast, I don’t know why the kit comes with a belgian yeast (t-58) but I opted out of that route. also, i’ll be adding nutmeg, allspice, and fresh ground gingerroot “extract” for a Gingerbread Cookie brown ale.
    three stars is just preliminary, i’ll add to the review once brewing is finished. my thoughts so far:

    no instruction given on what to do with the brown sugar. i added it in the last 15 minutes of the boil, then the whirlfloc. i also added an additional 1/2 lb of brown sugar to the boil. i was hoping the honey was packaged separate, so i could delete it from this recipe. oh, well.

    *i brewed with t-58 and it stalled at 1.020 on a belgian dark. i dont trust it. notty yeast goes the distance and will not affect the beer taste, may dry out the added sugars (fermenting at 62) and it’s also not afraid of high ABV. i’d ask Jasper’s if you could switch out the yeast (they do offer other yeasts, just not dry packets).

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