Caribou Slobber Brown Ale Beer Recipe Kit

  • Caribou Slobber Brown Ale homebrew in a tall mug

Caribou Slobber Brown Ale Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1990

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$29.99

Product Details

Starting with complex layers of toasty malt, sweet caramel, dark chocolate and delicate coffee notes, Caribou Slobber then migrates to a curious hop character you may not be expecting to find in an English Brown Ale. Sporting a fluffy coat of tan foam, Caribou Slobber sips with a medium body and finishes with a rich, lingering and luscious mouthfeel. It would behoove you to brew this delicious and elaborate session-strength Brown Ale.

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

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Additional Information

SKU 1990
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1052

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Brown Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

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J
J.F.
Great beer

I have made this kit a few times. It’s nice malty beer with caramel undertones. I found it tastes best if you put it into secondary for two weeks and also bottle age it for a month.

S
S.P.
Caribou Slobber

Brew day was uneventful! All went as planned. StIll bubbling in primary so can’t give a final review yet. Smells delicious though!

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A.B.
Slobber!!

Love this brew. Great body and flavor. Will be doing it again soon.

J
J.J.
Should be called Tasty Slobber

This kit created a very tasty ale with a nice roasted nutty flavor. I would definitely brew this one again.

M
M.W.
Very Good all around beer

I've never had Moose Drool, but had heard it was a good beer, and one can't deny if in name alone, Caribou Slobber is a conversation starter! I bottled the beer 4 weeks ago and cracked open the first over Thanksgiving. A very good beer and a big crowd pleaser. I expect it to get better as it conditions in the bottle. I think this would be a good beer for keggers too as it doesn't really need to sit and get better. Cheers!