Bass Ale (8C) - EXTRACT Homebrew Ingredient Kit

Item Number: BE1-R03462

Price:
Sale price$43.85
Stock:
In stockEligible for Fast & Free Delivery

Description

Bass Ale (8C) - EXTRACT Homebrew Ingredient Kit

Clone Extract British & Irish Ale Recipe Kit

Click Here To Access Recipe Instruction Sheet

Bass Breweries Limited. Burton-On-Trent, England.

Makes 5 US gallons

Payment & Security

Amazon American Express Apple Pay Diners Club Discover Meta Pay Google Pay Mastercard PayPal Shop Pay Venmo Visa

Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
55%
(6)
36%
(4)
0%
(0)
9%
(1)
0%
(0)
J
Jerry Moe

Bass Ale (8C) - EXTRACT Homebrew Ingredient Kit

O
Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

This was my first all grain brew. Turned out really nice. Went strickly by the enclosed direction sheet. A no-brainer! Nice to have a Bass brew on tap. I plan to brew this one again soon.

O
Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

This was my first recipe and it turned out great! Everyone tried it really liked the beer very much. Matter of fact, I went out on a couple different occasions and had a bass on tap. My home brew version was just as good if not better in some cases. Over all if you a bass lover this is a great home verison that's way better then it's bottled commerical equivelent.

O
Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

This is an outstanding recipe. I used the mini mash kit with the recommended White Labs yeast and everyone loves this beer. Side by side, this is much better and fresher tasting than bottled Bass ale. Highly recommend and I will definitely brew this one again.

O
Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

I've brewed this one twice. Once as an extract and again as a mini-mash. The extract was great but the mini-mash was way better. After being in the bottle for about 3 months it got even better. I'm not sure how long you can leave a homebrew in the bottle before it spoils, I tend to drink it all before a few months have past, but I can only imagine how much better it gets. The best part is that it tends to be less about the bass and more about the flavors mixing together the longer it sits. I have gotten high praise from those I have shared this brew with after 4 weeks and worship after 3 months. Next time I may just let it condition longer before I even sample a bottle.

You may also like

Recently viewed