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Mild Brown Ale - All Grain Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)
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Description

An English style session ale low in bitterness, but big on flavor. Usually served on draft in England, it is a beer with a slight roast flavor from the chocolate colored malt.

  • Makes 5 Gallons
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 3.4%
  • Estimated Original Gravity:1.032-35
  • SRM (Color Range: 16
  • IBU's: 22-25
Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags or yeast. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. All grains will come milled.

WLP002 - White Labs English Ale
WY1318 - Wyeast London Ale III
WY1968 - Wyeast London ESB Ale
IYA09 - Imperial Pub



Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags or yeast. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. All grains will come milled unless otherwise requested at the time of purchase.

WLP002 - White Labs English Ale
WY1318 - Wyeast London Ale III
WY1968 - Wyeast London ESB Ale
IYA09 - Imperial Pub

ABV %3.4
IBU24
SRM16
Beer StyleBrown
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentLow (3-5%)
BitternessLow (10-25ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodAll Grain
Pre-MilledY
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I picked this for my first All Grain attempt as it was a complete recipe that I didn't have to figure out and on the lower cost side for my first attempt. I typically prefer Brown ales so I am a bit biased but this turned out great...awesome flavor. My Original gravity was on the higher end @ 1.042 vs what the recipe estimated but I attribute that to perhaps my personal mash tun brewing set-up (5 gallon Cylindrical Cooler with SS Domed false bottom/outlet + 5 gallon paint strainer bag and letting it sit for 45-60 min + batch sparged). I did water it down going into the boil pot to get to the recipe OG as specified (1) It actively fermented with bubbles for 2-3 days but I left it for a solid week anyways (2) I transferred it to a secondary for a week to clear up (3) I transferred to a bottling bucket with the added boiled water/sugar mixture and put some into 12 standard bottles and the rest into my small 1.5 gallon "keg" containers (4) I let everything condition for 2 weeks and tried a bottle. The Carbonation was good but not 100% complete. I waited another week (wk 3) and a bottle was way better. I waited another week (wk 4) and I thought the bottles were perfect...meaning 3-4 wks to bottle condition. The 1.5 gallon "keg" containers needed another 1-2 wks more to get to the same carbonation level as the standard bottles from what I could tell. I was pleasantly surprised with the result which was a very good smooth brown ale that I thoroughly enjoyed. My carbonation levels between the bottles and 1.5 gallon "keg" containers varied a lot but I think that was a result of not enough mixing of the sugar water into the bottling bucket OR just the volume of the respective containers vs the carbonation. All-in-all, a great recipe that I'd get again and I highly recommend this recipe kit. I would give this 5 stars but this was my first all-grain brew and everything needs some level of improvement to strive for...
March 5, 2016
Recipe needs some adjustment
Wife and I made this kit, It makes a drinkable mild brown. next time we try a mild brown we are going to substitute the Chocolate malt in favor of roasted malt, this should remove some of the ashy taste and introduce some chocolaty tones.
August 11, 2015