AHS West Coast Pale Ale (10A) - ALL GRAIN Homebrew Ingredient Kit

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Sort of typical California pale ale with that familiar hop aroma: similar in style to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. This is an extremely popular Award-winning recipe.

Specialty malts: English Crystal
Featured hops: Cascade

O.G. = 1.050
F.G. = 1.012
Approximately 5.0% ABV
Approximately 166 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons

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Customer Reviews

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West Coast Pale Ale

Excellent beer, brewed in late June and dry hopped with an extra ounce of Cascade before kegging. The keg is about to blow and the beer remains delicious. Will brew again and maybe change the hops form Cascade to another single hop just to experiment.

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Classic Review

Absolutely loved this Pale Ale. It could become a house favorite right up there with Fat Tire.

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Classic Review

AWESOME!!!!!! I keep buying this one and it works every time! I change the hops some times, a little more of this a little more of that, even a different (White Labs) Calif. strain in one batch.... It's never been bad! A Crowd Pleaser + you can get pretty faded on a couple of these tall boys!

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Classic Review

Pale ales are not my favorite type, but I love this ale. I ended up using Wyeast East Coast. This worked out really well. This recipe is lite, and a nice balance between hoppy and citrusy. Will definitely be ordering this again.

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Classic Review

This was only the second brew I made - did the extract LME version. But, even with some beginner mistakes (no late addition LME, closet fermentation temps, etc), it still turned out awesome! My wife couldn't tell the difference when compared side-by-side with SNPA, and even picked mine as tastier in a blind test. Still the best of the five beers I've brewed so far (well, three, really... as the AHS American Barleywine is still bulk aging in secondary and the AHS Double Chocolate Stout is still in primary - I have high hopes for those two also, once they're done!)... Can't go wrong with this Pale Ale.

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