Apricot Ale Recipe Kit

Item Number: k99-3196

Sale price$39.99


Perfect for Summertime!
Apricot Ale Recipe Kit

The AIH Apricot Ale perfectly combines the taste and aroma of apricot with a smooth finish. It has a refreshing character and fruit flavor that make it an ale worth savoring.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.059
Final Gravity : 1.015
Color / SRM : Amber
Alcohol by Volume : 5.80%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 18

Specialty Grains : Wheat, Crystal 40L
Hops : Liberty

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains & Hops, Apricot Flavoring
View The Apricot Ale Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Joe Michalek

Easy to brew and looked great in color. Still in secondary, with a transfer to keg probably this weekend. So, no idea beyond what I’ve listed thus far.

Jean Richard

I brewed this one a while ago and I used real apricot puree. It came out FANTASTIC!!! I could not keep friends away from my keg tap. I was so nice on a hot summer day. Reodering it again and again!!!

Balanced sweetness and fruit

Brewed this beer for my daughter-in-law. Nice balance between sweetness and apricot flavor. One of her favorites!

Gordon stewart
5 Stars for This One

My first fruit brew. Followed the instructions, I don't bother reading the OG and FG. I used a conical and gave it a secondary in a glass carboy - now my standard process. Kegged half and bottled half. It is awesome. I did not find the taste artificial, which was my worry after reading other comments. Try putting a piece of orange in when drinking - the orange hits you first and the Apricot hits you in a second wave, interesting effect. Time to order a second kit!

On the Fence...

Before I say anything else, for the record this was the second recipe that my Dad and I brewed after just getting into homebrew. I obsessed about getting us all the right equipment except a hydrometer. We used the California liquid yeast from White Labs, pumped in a bunch of O2 and the fermentation took off like a freight train at 67 degrees. I let it sit in primary for 3 solid weeks until no activity whatsoever and into the keg for carbonation. Now about the flavor...using just less than the 4oz of Apricot it's a little overpowering and man is this beer sweet and "boozie". Our FG is still high (1.032ish), but it tastes strong and that's coming from a friend who owns a successful brewery. Buyer beware...it's not bad just different than expected. The description sounded like a light Summer brew and this is heavy and strong.

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