Fullers ESB Clone Recipe Kit

Item Number: k99-1971

Sale price$40.99


Extract Kit
Fullers ESB Clone Extract Recipe Kit

Rich mahogany in color, this ESB tempts the drinker with aromas of orange marmalade, balanced by soft malt toffee. The hops impart a grassy, peppery note alongside hints of citrus fruit.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.064
Final Gravity: 1.016
Color / SRM : 16.07
Alcohol by Volume: 6.19%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 39.41

Specialty Grains: Crystal Malt 60L
Hops: HBU Packs, Sterling, Hallertau Mittelfruh

Recipe Includes: Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Fullers ESB Clone Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Richard Pain
Fullers ESB Clone Home-brew great success!

Second batch I have brewed. An excellent beer and true to Fullers ESB style. Fermentation is violent at the beginning so beware and have a tube to supplement an airlock for the first 2 days. Also fermentation takes a good 21 days before bottling is possible. 2 to 3 weeks after bottling beer is crystal clear and exceptional. I love this beer. Well done AHB 👍

Rob Craig
this recipe is exactly like the Fullers beer from England

I truely enjoy this beer in the summer at BBQ's

Not too bad

I started brewing in 1981 with kits and I have stayed an extract brewer ever since. I have had several of my brews place in first and second in regional competitions. One of my beers that has taken multiple first is a Fullers ESB clone. It is extremely close to Fullers and just a wonderful beer. I saw this kit, read the ingredient list and instructions and thought it was very close to my recipe. I stopped brewing for several years and have just restarted, so, this seemed an easy way to ease back into brewing. This beer does not have the floral of Fullers and is a tad sweet. It is not a bad beer just not quite what I was expecting. To be fair, I am going to brew this again to make sure it was not operator error (it's good enough to give it a second try).


This beer turned out great! I used WLP002 English Ale yeast. Loved it so much I just bought 2 more.

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