Caribou Slobber Brown Ale 1 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit

  • A mug of Caribou Slobber Brown Ale with "1 Gallon" written in a red circle
A mug of Caribou Slobber Brown Ale with Caribou Slobber homebrew in a mug

Caribou Slobber Brown Ale 1 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1G02

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$15.99

Product Details

Your new favorite session beer. Dense layers of malt, caramel, baking chocolate, and a hint of light-roast coffee give way to reveal a hop character you'll be surprised to find if you're used to drinking English brown ale.

It's brown, it's named after a large North American ungulate, and its name suggests oral incontinence. Ah, we market product with our minds, but we drink beer with our mouths! Which is why this American brown ale is your new favorite session beer.

Dense layers of malt, caramel, baking chocolate, and a hint of light-roast coffee give way to reveal a hop character you'll be surprised to find if you're used to drinking English brown ale. The finish is complex but balanced, and the gravity is not so high as to keep you from having another.

If you enjoyed Reindeer Spit, Black Dog Ale, or Big River Brown Ale, you'll love this kit!

Additional Information

SKU 1G02
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1.052

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 1 Gallon
Beer Style Brown Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

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Philip E.R.
Caribou Slobber Brown Ale

Turned out great. 2nd brown ale I have done and it was very consistent. This one required the "Fizz Pellets" which worked as they were supposed to. Tasted very good.

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DJ
Pretty good

This was the first kit my son and I ever made.
So we really don't have a reference point. Pretty good I think (I enjoy brown ales).
First few bottles were kind of meh (but they were towards the tail end of the filling and we only waited 2 weeks)
Bottles that followed over time became better and better.
Would recommend waiting at least 3 weeks before opening bottles.