AHS 1492 Pale Ale (10A) - EXTRACT Homebrew Ingredient Kit

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This pale ale uses Columbus. Columbus is a high alpha acids hop that is also high in total oil, making it a perfect hop for bittering, flavor, and aroma.

Specialty malts: Crystal 40L
Featured hops: Columbus

O.G. = 1.052
F.G. = 1.012
Approximately 5.2% ABV
Approximately 173 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallon

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leoniabrewing
Great beer!

When columbus sailed the ocean blue...This is a great beer. I will definitely make it again. Hoppier than I expected but only in a good way! I did the liquid extract. Three weeks in the primary, no secondary and then three weeks in the bottle. Need to do again soon!

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IronMike
A new standard in our home

This beer is incredible, and so easy to brew. I did the extract version. The taste was the exemplar of a Pale Ale. I introduced a bunch of foreigners to homebrewing with this beer and they still tell me they cannot believe I actually made this. The 1492 will become a standard in my homebrewery. Thanks AHS!

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Phrendo
Great summer brew

I brewed the AG kit with my BIAB setup. The only issue I ran into was how long the Krausen on the greenbelt yeast stayed up top. It remained up top for 12 days even though fermentation had completed long before that. It eventually fell on it's own. Prior to dry-hopping the beer was crystal clear. The hops added a lot of debris, so I would suggest a cold crash prior to kegging/bottling. This yeast did a quick bottle condition while primed with sugar. I had an early tester bottle 4 days storage, 2 days fridge and it tasted fantastic. The beer itself is kind of a mix between a light IPA and a wheat, with very citrusy notes. It's a great summer beer and I will certainly make this one again soon.

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Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

Brewed this three weeks ago (mini-mash version) and tapped it yesterday. I'm happy -- very drinkable and I expect it will only get better with a little age. I don't like "extreme" IPAs and this one is just hoppy enough without going over the edge. Would buy this kit again. Thanks to Columbus and AHS for "discovering" this hop.

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Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

Usually I brew the Mini Mash kits but noticed this kit came with grains in the Extract kit and decided to give it a shot Man was I suprised how it came out Just the right amounts of hops and the kit instructed you to Dry hop and did it come out great. We got into it early and it was good from the start and keeps getting better with time. I turned a friend of mine on to it(He does all grain kits) and he was suprised how good it turned out(Specially considering it was a extract kit). Everybody who tried thinks it is great I would recommend this to other Brewers and I will make it again and this time try the Mini Mash version. Great beer AHS Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

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