Belgian Strong Golden Ale Beer Recipe Kit

  • Belgian Strong Golden Ale homebrew in a glass

Belgian Strong Golden Ale Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1230

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$51.99

Product Details

Strong, light in color, and dangerously drinkable. The secret is a high percentage of candi sugar, an easily fermentable sugar that ratchets up the beer's strength while keeping the body light and easy to drink. Smooth mouthfeel, sweet, floral maltinesss, and rich spiciness from hops and yeast.

If you enjoyed Belgian Honey Ale, you'll love this kit!


Patterned after some of Belgium's most unique and famous ales, our kit yields a beer that looks innocent in the glass but packs a delicious wallop. The secret is a high percentage of candi sugar, an easily fermentable sugar that ratchets up the beer's strength while keeping the body light and easy to drink. Smooth mouthfeel, sweet, floral maltinesss, and rich spiciness from hops and yeast.

Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.

 

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Additional Information

SKU 1230
Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1081

Total Time to Make 4 months
Regional Style Belgian
Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Trappist/Belgian Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

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R.K.
Belgian Strong Golden Ale Beer Recipe Kit

The kit arrived as ordered. I have not brewed as of yet.

C
C.
Belgian Strong Golden Ale Beer Recipe Kit

Not really able to review final product as is still in my primary. Cooked it 4 weeks ago. Last week gave it a cold break for a week. This week warming back up 70 etc. Then will rock it and put it at about 65 degrees for a month. Then rack again for another 4 weeks. Should be ready by the holidays. Feel the longer times are important for imperials.

D
D.N.
homebrew yeah

would by again.

B
B.G.

Belgian Strong Golden Ale Beer Recipe Kit

S
S.
2 stage fermentation is key

This is a good brew. The 2 stage fermentation is needed. I initially was disappointed when I tasted it after the first stage. But after several months in the carboy, it transformed into a great tasting beer. I'll be making this one again