DetailsThe most devastating explosion of hops to hit North America in centuries. Beneath the stout-like blackness is a moving force of earthy pine, citrusy grapefruit, ripe melon and gooseberry. A compressed wave of roasted malt is just an early warning sign—groundshaking bitterness magnifies into a tsunami of passionfruit and lychee. In the aftermath of destruction, Subduction finishes dry with only hints of stone fruit and sandy-colored lacing in its wake.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.01 ReviewDefinitely going to brew again!!!Brewed this in early may. Used the Wyeast liquid yeast. Added the dry hop additions after 3 weeks in the fermenter and let sit additional 3 weeks. Straight to keg at 6 weeks total and man was it good!
Great head retention, nice hoppy dark ale (not so much on the aroma ... ??? even after the late additions and the dry hops)..
All in all I will be brewing this again! not to heavy and not to light.. just right for me!August 14, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerI don't see the IBUs or ABV for this kit.BEST ANSWER: We do not post ABV and IBU for an of our recipes as this will vary. We guarantee our kits turn out 'awesome' and the beer will be awesome even if it has 50 ibus instead of 40. Those are based on agricultural factors as well as many factors of your home brewery equipment. This recipe will have about 80-100 IBUs and the ABV would sit around 6.5-7% Cheers!