DetailsAmerican Pale ale is one of the most popular styles of beer among homebrewers and craft beer lovers alike. Front Porch uses our customers’ favorite ingredients--Gold malt extract and Cascade hops--to craft a session beer ripe for the season.
Whether brewing for a wedding, a tailgate, a summer yard party or just to have a few while pushing the mower around, it’s a perfect beer to share with friends for a refreshing summer buzz. With a homebrew in hand to fuel good spirits, get ready for lawn games, sunshine and crisp sips of homemade craft beer.
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Note: The Front Porch Pale Ale Beer Recipe Kit includes both Yeast and Priming Sugar. Ready, Set, Brew!
- Details & Instructions
Yeast Type Dry Beer Style Pale Ale Origin of Style USA Color Light Gravity Level Medium Hop Rating (1-5) 1
5.0 / 5.06 ReviewsSimple, great beerThis was my first batch of brew ever. Very easy and it turned out excellent. A simple clean tasting beer that all my friends like.April 14, 2017Front Porch Pale AleThis recipe turned out to be amazing. Better than I ever could have imagined. This was my first recipe/kit. Very easy for beginners. I would recommend this one for everyone.March 11, 2017Pretty goodI got it with the brew kit. It's actually really good. At first it was way to sweet but I really enjoyed it.March 12, 2017Classic. Standard BearerWonderful to see this kit available by itself. This was my introductory kit and I have made it several times since. i have tried over 30 kits and this still is one of my favorites Highly Recommended.April 1, 2017Front porchThe first kit I brewed turns out to be the family favorite. Great for a summer day just sittin outside...or in the house for that matter.June 13, 2017Purchased
7 months agoExcellent PaleThis is among the recipes that go on my "Make Again" list, even though I think I did it wrong. I never once drank it on my front porch.October 15, 2017Purchased
11 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 16 answersWhat should the finish specific gravity be for the Front Porch Pale Ale recipe??BEST ANSWER: Mine finished @ 1.015, was my second brew, was very please with it compared to my first. even after a couple of months in the bottles it needed a couple of weeks in the fridge to really taste best.Is this a 5 gallon batch?BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is a five (5) gal kit. and a very good one for it's intended place in life of sitting on the porch, enjoying a bit of quiet time or time with some friends. I preferred mine at 50-60 degrees F rather than the American 40.
Is all gone now, have to start another batch soon.What are the IBU's and can you dry hop this kit?BEST ANSWER: international bitter units. Just a level of bitterness. Higher the number, the more bitter. You can dry hop any kit as far as I'm concerned. This kit did very well for me.