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Pumpkin Ale Extract Beer Kit

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Pumpkin Ale Extract Beer Kit

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A seasonal brew typically brewed at the end of the summer for your fall enjoyment. You provide either canned or fresh pumpkin.
Pumpkin Ale   ($30.00)

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Capture the essence of a crisp, cool, colorful autumn day with one of the best pumpkin ale recipes we’ve ever tasted. Like a piece of fresh pumpkin pie, this scrumptious spiced amber ale is slightly malty with just a hint of hoppiness, but without the hop aroma to hide its tantalizing spices. Perfect for Oktoberfest and beyond, boil up this spiced brew with the amount of pumpkin flavor you desire, the more you add, the richer the pumpkin flavor!

  • Orange to amber color
  • Smooth spice flavors include nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger
  • Requires either canned or fresh pumpkin (not included); use a 15-oz. or 30-oz. can
  • Butternut or acorn squash may be substituted if pumpkin is out of season
  • Ingredients include: 6 lb. Gold liquid malt extract , 8 oz. Carapils®, 8 oz. caramel 10L specialty grains, 1 oz. Mt. Hood, 1 oz. Cascade, 1 lb brown sugar, tsp. cinnamon, tsp. nutmeg, yeast, priming sugar and a grain bag. Use a 15-oz. can for a subtle pumpkin flavor, or try a 30-oz. can for a more pronounced pumpkin taste. Pumpkin not included.

Details & Instructions

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Beer Style Specialty Beer
Origin of Style USA
Color Amber
Gravity Level Medium
Hop Rating (1-5) 2
Yeast Instructions

4.8 / 5.0
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Very pleased. Added twice the amount of pumpkin pie spice and used 1lb of cubed pumpkin and 0.5lb of butternut squash. 1 week in primary, 1 week in secondary, sampled after 2 weeks of bottle conditioning. Spice and pumpkin aroma is excellent, taste is subtle and does not distract from the quality of the ale and hops which I don't like about most commercial pumpkin ales. Turned out excellent. If you want an ale that tastes very strongly of pumpkin or spice, I do not recommend this kit. If you want a fall ale, it's perfect. For everyone complaining about sludge, use real pumpkin or squash and there isn't any sludge!
September 23, 2015
second time round brewing this. I added an extra ounce of Mt Hood and added extra 3.3 pounds Gold LME to make it Imperialized. Turned out way better than any pumpkin ale in stores, and believe me Ive tried them all. Last time I didn't put the brown sugar in this time I did. I think it tasted better without but thats up do individual tastes.
September 24, 2012
Taste Like Fall
Bought this kit and debated exacty how much pumpkin as well as spices to add----lots of different information out there on amounts/types to add. Overall, flavor of pumpkin is a littl muted but I think has a lt of potential if made again!
February 19, 2013
Great product
This was my first brew so I wanted something that wasn't going to break the bank (since it was entirely likely I would manage to mess it up) and that would taste amazing. Well to my surprise the recipe was very detailed and easy to follow and the finished product was fantastic! Absolutely worth every penny.
February 22, 2013
Just bottled it last night....
I followed the other's suggestions and if it tastes as good as it smells, this batch will be amazing._x000D_This past weekend I had an Imperial Pumpkin Ale and it was served in a glass rimmed with a mixture of sugar, brown sugar and pumpkin pie spice. The hoppy, spicy pumpkin flavor of the beer complimented the sweetness of the sugar mixture perfectly. It's a very interesting way to serve a(ny) beer so I thought I would share. And I am going to try it on my beer.
September 26, 2012
This was my second kit, and I really enjoyed it! It has just the right amount of spice, sweetness, and very mild hops! All my friends that tried it were very impressed and enjoyed it as well!
February 24, 2013
Good and Easy
Bought this as my second brew. Easy instructions. I tripled the recommended pumpkin to the brew. As well as the spices. But did not have brown sugar laying around, so I'll be curious to see what the final product is like once finished. Just bottled today and am very anxious!
September 30, 2012
great beer
Easy to brew. Was the first beer I brewed from midwest and couldn't be happier. Pumpkin taste was present but not overpowering. I brewed with canned pumpkin but will try fresh the next time I brew.
February 24, 2013
Great Base
I have brewed two of these a year for the past two years. The kit is a great base and allows you to alter this kit the way you want. I always feel that Pumkin ales never taste like pumpkin. I use two 32oz cans of pure pumpkin, one can of organic pumpkin pie mix and triple the spices that come with the kit as well as double the brown sugar..... all I can say is MMMMMMMMMM cheers!
October 2, 2012
I brewed this in late August for enjoyment in October/November. This is a great beer. It has the right combo of sweet and spicy. The other reviews are correct when they say there is not enough pumpkin flavor. I used two large cans (more than the recipe calls for) and it only adds a hint of pumpkin flavor. Regardless, this was a favorite amoungst my friends this past fall, and I will brew it again next fall, just with more pumpkin!
February 24, 2013
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Recommended fermentation temps? Primary and Secondary. Some recommend pitching at 65F and raising to 68F. Some recommend 68 to 70 and steady for both primary and secondary? Some recommend 68 primary and cold crashing to 40 during secondary? Can I have your recommend fermentation temp process? As you are the experts and it's not called out in the directions. I will be using White labs WLP001 California Ale yeast.
H O on Aug 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: With that yeast, I would recommend starting at 66, then raising the temp to 68 once fermentation slows down. This will ensure a complete fermentation and a neutral yeast profile.

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