DetailsLight bodied with a creamy head, our Micro Bru Liberty Cream Ale hits the spot.
Smooth taste and a pale gold color define this recipe. Think subtle rather than simple, as this all-grain kit allows the nuanced flavors of the malt, hops, and yeast to come forward and take center stage. Easy to brew and easier to drink, you may find yourself making this one again and again. It’s good, straightforward, beer.
- Details & Instructions
Origin of Style USA Color Light Gravity Level Medium
5.0 / 5.05 ReviewsAugust 1, 2016Best small batch kitGreat kit included everything to get a great first batch made.January 17, 2016Highly RecommendedI really love that MW makes these one gallon recipe kits available. They are a great way to test out new ingredients.December 27, 2013Good smooth aleEasy to make and tasty. I like these mini kits because I can try out different ingredients and not have to invest in a big all grain system.February 23, 2014
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 6 answersThis is my first time brewing. The instructions says to wait two weeks before bottling. In two days it will be two weeks and the liquid is all murky. I see a lot of lees at the bottom but it is not even close to being clear. Do i need to fine it? or is this supposed to be like this?
ThanksBEST ANSWER: This kit won't be crystal clear, but it shouldn't be murky either. You can cold crash the beer to clear it up a bit. Just put it in a fridge for 24 hours or so before bottling. That will help junk to drop out before bottling.Is the grain crushed?BEST ANSWER: it is grain not a powder. if that answers your question.it comes in a cheese cloth type bag that you cook it inHow much beer does this kit make?BEST ANSWER: This makes a 1 gallon batch. Cheers!Test question?BEST ANSWER: Refreshing and smooth... Did I passI would like to see this as a base for my 1.75 gallon Cannonball keg......what about adding a pound of DME to bring it up to 1.75 gallons?BEST ANSWER: That may work, but you'd be making a mixture with a lower hop amount unless you increase the hops some, too. It's fine to put a single gallon in the keg, no harm in doing so, if force carbonating. If naturally carbonating, you'd want the keg to be fuller than 1 gallon. -Mike W, Midwest Supplies