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Flat Tire Extract Beer Kit

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Flat Tire Extract Beer Kit

SKU: U865x

This rich, nutty ale is bottled conditioned with a blend of hops that impart a fresh aroma and a smooth texture.

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A combination of yeast and hops creates this amber ale similar to Belgian-styled pale ales. Flat Tire hails from one of the most respected breweries in the mountain states. Pleasing to the palate, its rich, nutty flavor and smooth texture is a winner with everyone in the crowd.

  • Copper-red color
  • Slightly spicy aroma and flavorful hops, rich and nutty
  • Frothy head with good retention
  • Ingredients include: 6 lb. Light liquid malt extract, 8 oz. Special B, 8 oz. Caramel 120L, 8 oz. Bonlander Munich specialty grains, 1 oz. Northern Brewer, 1 oz. Saaz pellet hops, grain bag, priming sugar and yeast.

Details & Instructions

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Beer Style Belgian Ale
Origin of Style Belgium
Color Amber
Gravity Level Medium
Hop Rating (1-5) 1
Yeast Instructions

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great beer
first brew ever...came out great ....friends and i love it.....will brew again.....this one is a must buy....great price here
December 9, 2012
good tasting brew
really liked this beer. i don't always like the belgian ales but this was mellower than most and really enjoyed
December 9, 2012
One of my favorites
Have brewed this beer many times, is one of my favorites.
December 28, 2012
Good go-to brew
I brewed the extract kit, did a late extract addition, and used T-58 dry yeast (overseas, can't get liquid). Used Supermoss, fast cool down with a wort chiller/ice bath, 3 weeks in primary, cold crashed for another 3, crystal clear, no chill haze. It came out excellent, surprisingly complex, easy drinker. No homebrew-taste at all. I will brew this again when I come back stateside and am excited to try it with en even funkier yeast.
January 25, 2013
really good beer
I brewed this kit on 1/6. 1 week in primary, 2 in secondary, kegged and cold-crashed last week. The sample tasted good and I hit my numbers. I dry-hopped about an ounce of whole Nugget hops I had in the freezer, well.. just because. Really added some nice flavor and aroma to it. It's gonna be a great beer! I'd brew it again
February 5, 2013
very good
My husband and I chose this as our first brewing experience. It was easy to brew and the results were very tasty!
February 6, 2013
really good beer kit
This is a really good beer and once on tap does not lasts very long. I have done this kit several times, always used the premium dry yeast with no problems at all.
February 8, 2013
Great Kit!
I just finished up this beer and it is tasting great. I do wish I had gone for the upgrade to liquid yeast, but it still is a great beer.
February 11, 2013
A very solid Fat Tire clone
I tried Fat Tire next to my version of this kit and although there are some differences, this is a great kit. I made it without any changes and am very, very pleased with the outcome. Would make this again with no hesitation.
February 19, 2013
Great starter kit
I love fat tire and this kit does it justice !!! Used the dry yeast and it worked fine.
February 21, 2013
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How would this kit work out if fermented as a lager? If feasible what yeast would you recommend. I would like a yeast strain that could successfully work at the lowest temperature value?
V I on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It would taste similar, but with a more mellow flavor profile. I would recommend either WLP815 or Wyeast 2633.

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