Ale - Room Temperature Fermentation
While lager-style beers require a temperature of 48 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit in order to ferment properly, ales are much simpler because they require an average temperature of 62 to 74 degrees. This means that you can create your own ale, usually without the use of a temperature control device, making them the perfect choice for novice brewers or casual home brew setups.
Our ale recipe kits come in a variety of different styles to choose from, so you can create a beer that’s exactly to your taste preferences and ready to be bottled or kegged in as little as 14 days! From light hoppy pale ales to dark, robust porters, you’ll find a beer for everyone from these easy-to-make recipes. MoreBeer’s ale kits contain all of the ingredients that you’ll need to make delicious ales at home, and they’re even pre-measured to take the hard parts out of the brewing process. The only other thing you’ll need to purchase is the yeast, and MoreBeer! has plenty of different yeast strains to choose from!
For basic instructions on extract brewing check out our MoreBeer! Malt Extract Brewing Instructions.