India Black Ale

£22.00 incl VAT

The wolf in sheep’s clothing!    The India Black Ale is a newer addition to the craft beer scene – only becoming an official beer style in 2015.  The dark and dreamy looking ale is actually a bright and hoppy IPA masked in a cloak of darkness.

Perhaps we should say ‘the arctic wolf in black sheep’s clothing’….

*This pack contains ingredients only – you will need small-batch beer brewing equipment to make your recipe.  See our starter kit .*

Alcohol %
6.0
Bitterness
53
Aroma
Citrus
Colour Scale
39
Time
1-3 Months
Difficult
5 Hop Additions
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Each recipe pack will make you 12, 330ml bottles of India Black Ale.

Each pack contains:

  • Detailed instruction booklet
  • Quick reference guide with notes section
  • Freshly milled grains – crushed on order and vaccuum sealed for freshness
  • American Hops premeasured and vaccuum sealed
  • Specialty dried yeast
  • Brewer’s Sugar
  • Kettle Finings (a seaweed derivative) which helps to clarify your beer
  • 2 x no-rinse sanitiser sachets
  • 12 printed beer labels (customisable at checkout)

** You will need brewing equipment to make this beer – these recipes are designed to be used with our brewing kit or any small-batch,1-gallon or stove top brewing equipment and our brew bag.  You will also need a large pot – 10L + recommended.

INDIA BLACK ALE RECIPE: 
Estimated alcohol by Volume = 6.0%
•IBU (bitterness rating) = 53
•Aroma = bold hoppiness with citrus tones
•EBC (colour rating guide) = 39
•Time : Ready to drink 4 weeks after your brew day. It should be enjoyed young – the hop flavour and aroma is at its best in the first weeks of drinking.

Ingredients: Malted barley blend (GLUTEN), Hops, corn sugar (Dextrose Monohydrate) and US West Coast Yeast (packaged in a protected atmosphere), Kettle finings (carrageenan).

Storage: Please put your yeast and hops in your refrigerator to maintain optimum performance. Once bottled, store your beers in a cool and dark place until ready to drink – and remember pour slowly leaving the sediment layer behind!