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Jawbreaker Wheat Pale Ale Kit

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Is it a pale ale? Is it a wheat beer? What’s in a name, as long as it’s tasty! Brightly citrusy grapefruit rides along with crisp, fluffy wheat and a little bit of fruity yeast character. This is a beer that bursts with the breezes of summer and all the delights that come with it, but you can brew it any time you want.

Recipe kit includes:

  • 1 lb Wheat DME
  • 6 lbs Wheat LME
  • 1 oz. Warrior Hops
  • 3 oz. Amarillo Hops
  • Priming Sugar
  • Yeast Option


We strongly recommend ordering dry yeast in the summer months. We do include complimentary ice packs with all liquid yeasts, but it is difficult to guarantee that the ice packs will survive the trip given transit times and particularly hot temperatures.

Origin of Style USA
Color Light
Gravity Level Medium
Hop Rating (1-5) 3

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25 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 4.8

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Delicious hoppy wheat ale Review by Chaz

(Posted on 7/5/15)

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This was my first batch. Recipe was pretty easy, remember to leave the hops in concurrently, until the end of the boil. I goofed and took some hops out of the boil early but the beer still has a nice piney, lemony hop smell. It mixes well with the wheat aspect of the taste. Fermented fast in just a few days.
This recipe is delicious and a great value at that.

Amazing!! Review by Dr. O

(Posted on 4/10/15)

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Literally my first go at a home brew. Pretty sure I had screwed it up at so many junctures but came out with an amazing brew. If an IPA and a Wheat had a baby it would be this! Quite amazing. Very proud of it, shared it with friends and nothing but accolades! Highly recommended. Difficult to decide if I should branch out into something new or stay with this. Actually decided to do both!

Great citrusy IPA! Review by Wes

(Posted on 2/22/15)

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I ordered this beer as I am turning my taste buds towards IPA's like the rest of the world. It tasted and brew great and it wasn't to hoppy or bitter and was just right. Great beer for a lighter IPA drinker.

One of my wife's favorites Review by Iowa Bob

(Posted on 12/26/14)

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I added an extra lb of Wheat DME to this and then cooked by the directions, using the late extract method. On boiling day I added an ounce sweet orange peel to vodka and let it soak for a few weeks. I was not planning on using a secondary, so I added my dry hops and the sweet orange peel/vodka into the primary at around 3 weeks. The orange peel created such a mess inside that I ended up transferring to a secondary for about a week to clean it up and then bottled.

This ended up with a fairly light, orangish color, with a slight orange aroma and some noticeable orange in the flavor. Turned out to be a very nice beer with a moderate, but not overly heavy ABV. Nice drinker and I will brew this one again soon. I used dry yeast, unhydrated.

Delicious. Review by Joshua Horne

(Posted on 11/14/14)

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This beer came out great. Color was good, tast was amazing. All my friends loved it and asked for more.

Pretty Darn Good Review by ChooChoobacca

(Posted on 4/18/14)

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So, I completely botched the directions (added LME at when I should have added DME, and vice versa) and this beer still came out great! A very nice balance of malt and hops. Very different style, but I like different. If you like different, as well, give this one a try. I'll certainly be making this one again.

Simple yet Fantastic! Review by Ken

(Posted on 2/18/14)

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The extract contains the wheat grain in the extract which allows you to go right to the boil and save considerable time. Yet the final brew has a deep, rich, hoppy taste that has my many of my friends now believing in wheats. I named it Strangebrew (from the McKenzies) due to lack of grains.

Different but very good Review by Andrew H

(Posted on 1/31/14)

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This beer turned out darker than I was expecting. My batch fermented for a solid 7 weeks, which kind of messed up my dry hop timing. I fermented it for 3 weeks in primary then transferred to glass secondary. I was skeptical about dry hopping it with 2oz Amarillo, so I only added 1 oz. Turned out this was a good decision. I was expecting the secondary to finish in about 2 weeks so I added the dry hops after 1 week. Well, it kept bubbling for a solid 4 weeks so I ended up with the dry hops in for 3 weeks. When I Kegged it, it was a bit bitter from the dry hops so I let it mellow for a few weeks. It's now is a very nice hoppy beer. It took me a bit to get used to the wheat plus hops, but it's pretty good.

A great beer Review by rrr

(Posted on 1/30/14)

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WAY hoppier than expected, not so much in flavor and bitterness as aroma. It's delicious, hoppier than a few IPAs I've made. The wheat really helps to smooth things out and give it that little something extra. Easy to make, very drinkable and just downright delicious. In 10 years of brewing, I've never brewed the same beer twice but this may be my first...

If you like wheat beers, give this one a try Review by Dobson

(Posted on 1/30/14)

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I ordered it as soon as I saw it. Its a solid hoppy wheat beer that is worth trying because it's so different.

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