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Sierra Pale Ale Kit (Sierra Nevada) Extract Beer Kit

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Sierra Pale Ale Recipe Kit

A delicious pale ale with sunny golden color, our Sierra Pale Ale is hoppy and delightful with a nice blend of malt flavor... almost like the brand name beer itself!


  • Golden color with creamy head
  • Malt and firm hoppy flavor and drinkably bitter
  • Ingredients include: 6 lbs. of light malt extract, 8 oz. Caramel 10L, 8 oz. Carapils, 2 oz. Perle, 2 oz. Cascade pellet hops, grain bag, priming sugar and yeast


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

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77 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 4.6

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Really nice brew! Review by Dan13R

(Posted on 3/28/14)

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I brewed up this recipe, added 1 oz Galena to the 60 min boil and 1oz cascade to dry hop. The final result is a really nice brew with a nice creamy head on it. It's not exactly like Sierra Nevada PA, but its still a very good recipe and well balance.

Pretty spot on clone Review by Matt

(Posted on 1/7/14)

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I was pleasantly surprised at how close to the real thing this extract kit came. Pretty good value, too. Planning to make this again, but with more late addition hops.

Tasty Review by seths

(Posted on 12/29/13)

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Great beer. Easy to brew. I accidentally over carbonated it, but I just uncapped it and let it rest. Made the taste great. Will buy again!

Similar to the real thing Review by Nick

(Posted on 11/21/13)

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I just brewed this as a gift to someone who loves Sierra Nevada beers. She loved it. Said it perhaps was even more refreshing than the original. I also enjoyed and will have to brew with cascade hops more often.

I won Best Beer with this kit! Review by Vince

(Posted on 10/17/13)

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Great easy kit. Entered this in a local brewing competition and won Peoples Choice Best Of Show against 11 other all grain brews! Extract is sooo easy. I added 1lb light DME in the boil to up the gravity, let set for 10 days @64degrees and dry hopped with 1oz cascade for a week. Cold crashed to 50 for a day then racked to keg. Force carbed with 35psi for 24 hrs, then vented to 10psi (serving pressure Turned out fabulous! SG 1.060 FG 1.011. Great kit!

sierra Review by mari

(Posted on 9/23/13)

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Very close to the real deal. Good for an extract kit. Head and lacing were excellent. Hops flavor was pretty close.

Great Sierra Nevada Extract Clone!!! Review by Jamie H.

(Posted on 9/18/13)

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I have been exclusively brewing extract kits for about 3 years and although I get good results w/ my batches, they never really have the full flavor or body of an all grain of commercial micro brew. But I have to say that the Sierra Pale Ale Clone really stands up to an original Sierra Nevada beer. I fermented in my primary for 7 days, transfered to a carboy and let it sit another 14 days. I bottled and conditioned for 2 weeks, then aged for about 3 weeks in the fridge. Turned out great. It made me want a kegging kit just so I could enjoy it sooner.

A great year round beer Review by Taiters

(Posted on 9/16/13)

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Where did all the reviews go? This one turned out really good. I added 1 pound of golden light dme to the boil and 1oz of Cascade Leaf Hops for the last week of the secondary to give it a little more of a kick. I'm curious about the recipe without the additions; I bet it's still pretty good. 5 days primary, 2 weeks secondary, kegged and force carbed.

sierra pale ale Review by monkey

(Posted on 7/11/13)

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Great kit! Not quite the real thing, but close enough for me! I saved lots of money instead of going to the store to buy the real deal!

Very Close to SN Pale Ale, Very Good Review by Charles

(Posted on 7/8/13)

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I think this came out very close to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Regardless, it's a good, basic beer, a great starter kit for anyone who likes craft beer and is just getting into homebrewing. I did a batch of this in between experiment recipes because I just wanted something simple, easy, and without worry of a bad batch. I used the White Labs yeast. Activity in the fermenter took a couple of days to start up, but then stayed strong and steady for a week. After bottling, I was out of town for a couple of weeks and couldn't swirl my bottles around after the first week of conditioning like I typically do. It wasn't carbonated enough for my taste after two weeks. After three and a half or so it was good, though.

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