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Summer Ale - No Boil Kit
KIT380
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Description

The No Boil Kits from WilliamsWarn make brewing easy! The kits come with fresh wort that has already been hopped so all you have to do is pour it, along with yeast and some water, into your fermenter and start fermenting.

Summer Ale

Have a nice refreshing beer to cool down during the hotter months, or anytime of year! This light ale is straw colored and low on bitterness with a taste profile similar to a light lager. Make sure to ferment between 64 - 77 F (ideally in the middle of this range).

Kit Contents:

  • 800 g can of Summer Ale
  • 645 g bag of Dry Malt extract
  • 11 g pack of Fermentis S-04 ale yeast

Kit Specifications:

  • Makes about 2.5 gal (10 l) of beer
  • Original Gravity - 1.045
  • Final Gravity - 1.011
  • ABV - 4.5%
  • IBUs - 13
  • SRM - 3
Item # KIT380
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 4LBS
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Trying out a no boil kit.
John P on Jul 28, 2018
Trying it....
Gary S on Jun 26, 2018
Trying out a no boil kit.
John P on Jul 28, 2018
Same as the previous
Cristian Torres S on Jul 18, 2018
Trying it....
Gary S on Jun 26, 2018
I like the warn williams no boil kits.
Stephen M on May 7, 2018
Our brewery is under renovation and we use this all the time for quick beer. They work well and reproduce the same outcome
lynn c on Jan 24, 2018
Same as the previous
Cristian Torres S on Jul 18, 2018
I like the warn williams no boil kits.
Stephen M on May 7, 2018
The included yeast says 64-72F. Why does this say 64-77F?
Mikel B Ward on Jun 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The included ale yeast can ferment this of beer in-between this spectrum of temperature. Ideally around 68°F.
What is it hopped with?
Mikel B Ward on Jun 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Likely a mild Nobel Hop.
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