Samuel Adams Summer Ale (6D) - MINI MASH Homebrew Ingredient Kit

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Samuel Adams Summer Ale (6D) - MINI MASH Homebrew Ingredient Kit

Clone Mini Mash Wheat Ale Recipe Kit

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Boston Beer Company. Boston, Massachusetts.

The required lemon zest is not included with this kit because it must be cut fresh from lemons just before it is added to the brew.
Makes 5 US gallons

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Customer Reviews

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David
Volbrewer

Made the extract version. Better with age. After about 5 weeks in bottles was amazing! May be my favorite of all that I have brewed. Be patient with this one.

O
Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

This is a great clone!! Sam Summer Ale is one of my favorite beers and honestly this one tastes dead on if not better, I added a little more lemon zest. I have brewed this twice and this will be one of my staple brews.

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Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

Had party last weekend and served up Sam Adams summer clone from ahs. Liked it even more than real thing. Did extract brew. 8 days primary : 5 secondary ; 4 weeks bottle. Mine darker in Colorado than Sam. Nice head. Soft mouthfeel and just right amount of Malty flavor. Thanks again Austin homebrew. My third kit from you all and never dissapointed. Will step up my game next time and do a mini mash.

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Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

I did the all-grain version of this with the Wyeast. This turned out fantastic! I have not done a side-by-side comparison to SA but I do not recall enjoying the Sam Adams as much as I am enjoying this one. I used 2 tbls of lemon zest at 15 min but I may do 3 tbls next time. This was ready to drink 3 weeks after brewing. I wil be doing another batch soon as these will not last long!!

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Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

Brewed the extract version. Did a side by side comparison and the homemade version is darker than the Sam Summer. Looks more like a hefeweizen (cloudy) and the Sam looks more filtered. While it tastes great, it has a different taste compared to the Sam Summer. Definitley a good summer brew. I am glad it is not a dead on clone as it adds some uniqueness to the brew.

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