Beer Kits


Bring your own recipe or choose one from our recipe books at the desk.  We will weigh, crush & vacuum seal your grains. The following are just a few of the extract kits we make up:

Dragon Drippins – More robust than an English Brown Ale with a nice clean finish.  This medium bodied ale has sweet maltiness and slightly nutty finish.

Amercian Pale Ale – A moderate to high hop beer showing a citrusy American hop profile. The clean malt character supports the hop bitterness.

Blue-eyed Belgian Blonde – A moderate strength golden ale that has a subtle Belgian complexity, slightly sweet flavor and dry finish; replace the yeast with a Farmhouse and make the Farmer’s Daughter.  

Belgian Dubbel – Dark amber to copper in color, this medium to full bodied beer has a creamy white head. Malty sweet on the palate, yet finishes dry.

Belgian Trippel – This higher alcohol ale (7.5-9.5%!) has a mildly fruity aroma, long lasting creamy white head, low hop character and a dry finish.

Dave’s Belgian Wit – A moderately sweet beer with hints of bitter orange peel and coriander; a refreshing drink, easiest kit to make!  

Belgian Saison – Slightly fruity and thirst quenching.  It requires a brewer’s patience to finish out properly; adapted from Tom Foley’s Saison recipe. 

Belgian Wheat – Pleasant sweetness, refreshingly crisp and tart finish; easy drinking beer.

Blitzkreig Hop IPA – An American IPA with a smooth, medium light to medium-bodied mouth feel with intense hop aroma and flavor associated with American hops. Recipe courtesy of Outta Hand Brews (Joe and Matt)

Dunkelweizen – A moderately dark, spicy, fruity, malty wheat beer with banana notes from the Weihenstephen yeast. Easy drinking session ale. 

Scottish Ale – Malt is the primary flavor with low hop aroma and light fruitiness; deep amber to dark copper.

Irish Stout – A dark, roasty, nearly black stout with a medium body and dry finish yum!

Liquid Percocet (a strong Belgian) – This unique hand-crafted strong Belgian style will make you warm all over.  Created by Tom Foley, this ale has high ABV% (8-11%) and deep rich color that makes this a nice relaxer after a hard day. Plan to give this one up to one full year to mature.

Oatmeal Stout – A very dark, medium bodied, roasty, malty ale with the creamy compliment of the oats steeped with the specialty grains. Joyce won second place in a local clone contest when she was just learning to brew!

Pumpkin Ale (seasonal)  – This rich, smooth pumpkin ale has a nice sweetness and light spice of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.  This recipe’s spices were dialed down to give the brewer the option to up the spice flavors as they like.  Goes excellent with turkey dinner, so make this one with enough time to finish out the sweetness from the honey as it gets better with age!