German Ale Home Brewing Beer Kit

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  • Price: $44.99
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Our German Ale is an ale with a subtle maltiness and hint of fruitiness in the finish. German Ale is a refreshing golden ale with the flavor of German Munich and Moravian pale malt carefully balanced with select German noble hops. A delicate, refreshing ale that is easy to brew at home. Alcohol: 4.5%, IBU's 30.

 Includes 8 pounds of blended German malt extract, German hops, 125 ml of liquid ale yeast, and corn sugar for carbonation. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of at least 1.048. Ease of Brewing: Beginner 

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Average rating 9.10344827586207 out of 10 ( based on 29 reviews )


Review by Dennis on 6/4/2017

I've been brewing for about 5 years and of all that I have brewed, the German Ale is by far, hands down, the best of the barrel. this ale is a smooth with a consistent taste throughout. No bitter after taste and not to hoppy. The crowd I hang with are not into IPA"s and other beers that are bitter, just smooth German Ale. It's the number one request by my friends. Don't mess with a good thing!

German Ale

Review by Scott on 1/6/2017

This has become my favorite homebrew kit (currently cooking my 79th batch/3rd German Ale), especially since Williams discontinued Guillermo's Imp. Pilsner (previous fav). I like all styles, but this one is magnificent, especially for those that don't like hoppy beers. I've named this one on my tap list as "BroomHilda Von Shaft-German Ale". Always the first keg to blow. Great session beer. Good job Williams, as expected.

Pretty good ale.

Review by Robert on 12/5/2016

German Ale

Review by Bill on 11/23/2016

I have made this kit probably 5 times or more. I have tried to duplicate the recipe in an all grain brew, but I keep coming back to the William's kit. Great beer!

Great tasting and Easy to make

Review by Bob on 1/2/2014

This may be my favorite but Brown ale is my wife's favorite and I want to do a wheat so I may be buying all 3 now. I brewed the German Ale about 5 weeks before Christmas and it was ready for Christmas. Now I've had a few weeks of not brewing and I'm running out of beer and I'm ready to get started again brewing again.

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