Packaged kits have all the ingredients needed to make that perfect batch of beer.
Here are some examples of our kits. Many others at the store.
A deep copper-amber American-style I.P.A. Starts with a big white head and large fruity hop aroma that is balanced by bitterness and malt. Finishes with a long aftertaste of dry hop flavor.
A dopplebock (double bock). An intensely malty, rich lager beer with a warming level of alcohol. Some hop bitterness but malt is dominant. Dark brown, full-bodied. No hop aroma.
A dark amber, malty Vienna-style lager with moderate bitterness and hop flavor.
Very similar to Guinness and Murphys stouts. Deep brown, almost black, exhibits a burnt, roasted flavor that is balanced by the creaminess of the body. Dry finish.
A new recipe on an old theme. Dark roasted character with a touch of sweetness.
Very similar to Newcastle Brown Ale. Light brown color with medium malt, nutty flavor and slight sweetness. Mildly fruity, this classic beer finishes dry.
Crisp, clean refreshing beer with noble German hops. Dry and slightly grainy malt flavors with a strong hop bitterness.
First place winner - LA county Fair. A smooth, lightly malty, slightly sweet ale with moderate caramel flavor and low bitterness.
One of the few truly American beers, this style was introduced in the 1800s to compete with the then new American style lagers. Light and not bitter, smooth with mild hop flavor and aroma.
Extra Special Bitter - A copper colored, medium bittered ale with caramelly malt sweetness. Specialty grains add complexity.
American-style pale ale. Refreshingly bitter, accented towards citrusy hop flavor and aroma. Light amber color, moderate malt flavor and restrained caramel flavor.
An Oregon-style American Hefeweizen similar to Widmer and Pyramid, strengthened by the delicateness of orange blossom honey. Light and slightly sweet with plenty of flavor and aroma.
Complex, rich malty sweetness with notes of raisins, plums, dried cherries, clove, pepper, and/or rose-like aromas.