This ale is the opposite of our William’s Honey Ale, and features a robust maltiness and a full hop character. A strong, aggressive beer, (featuring 3 hop additions during the boil) for those who like a lot of hop flavor in their beer. Alcohol: 5%, IBU’s 48. Includes 8 lbs. of our blended malt extract, flavoring and aromatic hops, 125 ml. of liquid ale yeast, and corn sugar for carbonation. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of at least 1.060. Ease of Brewing: Beginner
This is an outtake from a photo session we did with Triple Hopped Ale. We thought it was a bit of a blooper, but you can see the thick, robust head this beers malt and hop resins create and maintain.
Jun 21, 2022 by Glenn
Q: What liquid yeast comes with this "Tripple Hopped Ale" kit
A: Wyeast 1335 British Ale 2
Nov 23, 2019 by Kristian Berhost
Q: Hi, would you tell me which specific hops are in this kit please?
A: 1.25 oz. Chinook, 1.25 oz. Cascade, 1 oz. Cascade
Very little sediment in bottle Pours easily and almost all liquid makes it to the glass before the sediment pulls off the bottom of the bottle. Looks clear and bright just like the picture. The foamy head regenerates as you drink and lasts till the last drop Tastes as good as it looks, good hoppy flavor, but not too much. Nice body with pleasant aftertaste. Definitely recommended!
Better than expected
This beer was fantastic. I had half in a mini keg and half in growlers and the flavor is AMAZING. I added extra hops (had some of the same kind in the recipe) for a bit of extra hops and it's incredible.
Nice, medium body maltiness with strong, complex, lingering hop flavor, but not overpowering. Have brewed this many times and is my favorite William's kit.
Nice balanced hoppy ale
Nice balanced hoppy ale. A little more malt forward than the William's Double IPA, another favorite.
Great First Time Brew
This was my first foray into home brewing and i was looking for something easy to start with so chose this Triple Hopped Ale. I followed the well written instructions carefully and everything went according to plan. Just open the first bottle last night and I was absolutely thrilled with the results! It was a good deal maltier than I was expecting so I went back and read the description a 2nd time and found that the mistake was on my side. t turned out to be very similar to a Fullers ESB style which is fortunate as that is one of my favorite beers! It will be known henceforth as Shewbrew#1 The best compliment that I can give it is that if I found it in the store I would buy it. Next up the American IPA, I hope that turns out as well. Thanks Williams Brewing for making brewing great beer so easy!