80 Shilling Scottish Ale Recipe Kit

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80 Shilling Scottish Ale Recipe Kit

If its not Scottish its Crap! Whether you are a Bruce or a Wallace, This 80 Schilling Scottish Ale is perfect for windy nights on the Moor. Try a liquid Scottish ale yeast for that true smoky characteristic!

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.049
Final Gravity : 1.012
Color / SRM : 16.91
Alcohol by Volume : 4.69%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 19

Specialty Grains : Crystal 60L, Aromatic, Black Barley
Hops : East Kent Goldings

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The 80 Shilling Scottish Ale Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Robert Gast
Fantastic Beer!

This was my very first attempt at home brewing. The recipe was easy to follow and even allowed for some screw ups. I ended up with a great tasting beer that my friends thought was better than many commercial beers. I will definitely brew this one again, this time I'll bourbon barrel condition it!

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Robert Castle
Good value

I've brewed this kit three times. First time as five gallon, as per instructions, came out a little on weak/bland side. Second time as four gallon, much better flavor and good dry finish. Third time, I used as base for wee-heavy, made 2 1/2 gallon batch, instead of five gallon, came out very easy drinking sweet, but still dry finish, perfect for cool fall evening.

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Helmut Arnold
Mild Beer

I just put it in the secondary so I have not had a chance to really taste this beer. The samples I did have had a good taste. I usually drink pale ales so this beer is much milder and not as complex. Can't wait to get it in the keg.

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Anthony Walker
Great beer for the cost!

I'm new to home brewing and found this beer really easy to make.

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Russell Harris
Tremendous Scottish Ale

This Scottish Ale turned out perfect. I used wlp029 and am ecstatic with the results.

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