Newcastle Brown Ale Clone Recipe Kit

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Newcastle Brown Ale Clone Recipe Kit

Newcastle Brown Ale is a brand of dark brown ale. It has been brewed in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, since April 1927 by Newcastle Breweries. Brown ale is a style of beer made with a dark or brown malt. The term brown beer was first used by London brewers in the late 1600s to describe their products, such as mild ale.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.048
Final Gravity: 1.012
Color /SRM: 18
Alcohol by Volume: 4.61%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 33.9.

Specialty Grains: Special Roast, Chocolate, Crystal 60L
Hops: HBU Pack, East Kent Goldings

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

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
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Patrick Burt

Newcastle Brown Ale Clone Recipe Kit

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Allon Peterman
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I bought it and shelved it.

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James Green
One of my favorites

This is my second batch. I will probably keep a keg of it all of the time.

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Gary Grubbs
Close to the real thing

This kit makes a beer that is a very close second to the original. I have made a half dozen batches with this kit with consistent results. Getting ready to order again now that I have my kegerator up and running.

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Angello Huong
Good Extract Kit

I selected the Safale S-04 option and it gave me some very vigorous fermentation. At 70 degree wort temperature, it started fermenting within 12 hours and was finished with primary fermentation within 3 days. I let it sit for another 2 weeks in my Fermentasaurus, cold crashed it at 38 degrees in my fridge for 3 days, ran it through a beer filter, and then kegged it. When I sampled it, it had a sour taste to it. I thought I'd gotten a bacteria infection that spoiled it. This was 3 weeks from the date I started the kit. I let it sit in my kegerator to age for another week and the sour taste began disappearing. The beer still had a slight haze to it even after running it through a filter but after a little over 3 weeks from the day I started the kit, it's beginning to taste pretty good. You'll likely need to give it 4-5 weeks of time from start to finish before drinking.

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