'Polish' Ale Recipe Kit

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Extract Kit - Twoje zdrowie
Polish' Ale Recipe Kit

Easy drinking, well balanced. Slightly malt forward, with light floral and spice from the Polish Hops.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.056
Final Gravity: 1.014
Color / SRM: 8.74
Alcohol by Volume: 5.40%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 15

Specialty Grains: Munich, Crystal 10L
Hops: Styrian Celia Goldings

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

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Customer Reviews

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Alex B
Great Beer

I added 6 oz of whole bean dark roast coffee to the fermentation for 1 1/2 weeks came out amazing. The beer is light brown and full bodied with a hint of coffee. Definitely keeping this in rotation.

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Gary Alger
Great summer ale

Wonderful, easy drinking ale that has a fruity flavor. Kept in primary about 10 days and after just 2 weeks it was more than adequately conditioned in bottle. Nice head. Highly recommended especially for first time brewers.

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Jeff Brown
Wonderful

Loved it! I have brewed it several times. It has almost a Blue Moon meets a mild flavor profile. Floral and citrusy. I highly recommend it.

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Andrew
Simple and Delicious

I used S-23 lager yeast @ 54 degrees for 2 weeks and skipped the actual "Lagering" stage because I'm impatient . Malt forward for sure and "flowery" hop presence . What a great beer at a great price! Will definitely brew it again!

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Bruce
Outstanding!

I really liked this beer. I followed the instructions and the only problem was that my gravity readings were a bit lower than stated on the instruction sheet. I used the White Labs 029 German Ale/Kolsch yeast. I kept it in primary for 3 weeks and then bottled (had to wait for my bottles to become available from the prior batch). It's a medium body with an amber color and the smell and taste is slightly malty and fruity (similar to apricots). The bitterness is very low which is what I like (I'm not a hop head yet). This is a very drinkable beer and I would definitely buy this kit again.

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