Item #: G30
Our Price: $20.99
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In Stock, Will Ship On 10/24/2014.



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Description 

Our Pale Ale extract is mashed from the finest two row European pale ale malt, and is ideal for English and American style Pale Ale and Bitter. Compared with our German Pils extract, this one has a slightly darker color and a hint of caramel in the malt flavor. An aromatic, rich flavored pale extract with a 'just mashed' character for ale and IPA styles.

Approximate SRM color value of 6 pounds of extract dissolved into 5 gallons of water before boiling: 7

Mix Or Match Discount: Order 8 or more packs of William's Syrup Malt Extracts (mix or match to get 8) and $1.00 per pouch will be deducted at checkout (you must fill out your address information and go to the checkout screen to see this discount).

Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Larry
on 7/29/2013
Great Base
Eight pounds of this malt extract with your favorite hops will make a great Pale Ale or IPA. I use this as a base for my hop combination experiments.
by WILLIAM
on 4/14/2013
Rich Amber/Red Extract
I rely on Williams extracts for all my brewing and this one is my favorite. The deep amber color produces a beer with exceptional color. I combined this amber extract with a little Roasted Barley (580L) to produce a rich red Irish Ale with just the right amount of maltiness.
by Forrest
on 4/13/2013
Best Pale Ale
Very consistant, 8lbs in 5.5 gallons gets a OG of 1.048 every time. No need for a mini mash, this formula is perfect.
by Joshua
on 11/7/2012
Great for Pale Ales!
I love to use this product for pale ales and IPAs. The price is great and I get a great SG that translates into a nice strong beer. I use Williams' extract for about 90% of my brews.
by Casey
on 5/31/2012
Excellent Extract
I'm a huge fan of this extract. It's my go-to extract for my IPAs. Good maltiness but not overpowering so the bitterness and aroma hops come through. To make sure to get all of the extract out try this: Cut the top (of course) but also slice the pouch 4 or 5 times vertically and submerge the whole thing in your brew pot with the water temp close to boiling. Stir for about two minutes and remove with tongs. This technique removes all of the extract for me every time.
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