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Cream Ale Beer Recipe Kit

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Cream Ale Beer Recipe Kit

SKU: U1390

The classic American Cream Ale: Medium-light bodied and smooth, gold in color and low in bitterness - a homebrewed “lawnmower beer.

If you enjoyed Liberty Cream Ale or California Steam, you'll love this kit!

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


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An ale version of the light, fizzy American lager style, cream ale is a specialty of the eastern US. Our Cream Ale is medium-light bodied and smooth, gold in color and low in bitterness; the specialty grain blend adds some complexity with a clean, sweet malt profile and a hint of buttered toast in the aroma and flavor. A homebrewed "lawnmower beer" is pretty hard to beat as a summertime thirst-quencher.
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Beer Style Light Ale
Origin of Style USA
Color Light
Gravity Level Low

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This is a very drinkable beer now what I did was took a bag of marshmallow and put it in the last ten minutes of the boil and omg it added a slight sweetness but still maintained the hop backbone next time I will toast them first but man cream ale and marshmallow is like peas and carrots so good
May 9, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
No impressed
April 12, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Cream Ale Kit
This kit is great. You guys always come through with the best ingredients and instructions! I've been forced to retire because of severe arthritis, and my plans are to do slot more brewing, maybe get into wine, as well. Keep up the god work!!!
April 8, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Summer ale is the best summer beer
This is my kind of beer for a hot summer days !!!
March 26, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Very popular with friends
I brewed 2 batches of this last summer. It got very good reviews so I am brewing 2 more batches for this summer. First batch is in the primary now. I hit my target OG and fermentation began within hours.
March 11, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Spring is coming
Just bottled, Patiently waiting my two weeks. The sample I drank at bottling was good. My spring brew. I’ve had several stout styles and a porter, ready for some light.
January 11, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Good stuff.
Great stuff, can’t remember how many times I’ve brewed it, and now keep it on tap in my keezer. It’s every man’s beer, easy drinking, but still interesting. I prefer it with the safele dry yeast, it’s more crisp on the pallet. Liquid yeast will add flavor and bring out the maltiness more, IMO I’ve added an oz of whatever hops I have laying around at flameout for a more Sierra Nevada feel to the beer, which works quite well if you prefer a bitter beer. Good stuff.
January 4, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
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What temperature do you need to keep for fermentation?
A shopper on Mar 31, 2019
BEST ANSWER: 70 f or room temp, it’s not a lager, so not too temperamental. I prefer mine a bit cooler, setting it on the floor drops a few degrees. Constant temp is more important than what temp, but most yeast strains do just fine 65-70. This beer is very forgiving, and not too complex. I be used about five different yeast strains, and for a super clean taste, use Safele 05, for a more fruity Christmas molecule character, Wyeast or White Labs as they seem to accent the hop characters a bit more. Great summer brew, exactly as described, light, but complex enough to be interesting. Brewed it for ten years now.
What is the abv around?
Isabel O on Feb 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Around 4.3 - 4.5 %. When I first started brewing, I measured often. Now, I just estimate that for every pound of malt, you end up with about .075 % of alcohol. So 6 lbs of malt is about 4.5%. If you want more alcohol, add more sugars: corn syrup, honey, brown sugar, etc. Have fun experimenting!

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