Farmhouse Ale Home Brewing Beer Kit

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  • Price: $36.99
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Our Farmhouse Ale is somewhat like a Saison, except it is made without wheat malt and with Belgian Wit yeast, so it has a crisper, cleaner finish. An effervescent beer, our Farmhouse Ale is formulated with Belgian pilsner in the extract (and a touch of beet sugar for lightness), and European hops for flavoring and finishing. Alcohol: 6%, IBU's 34

Includes 7 pounds of our blended malt extract and beet sugar, flavoring and aromatic hops, selected liquid yeast, and carbonation sugar. Ease of Brewing: Beginner

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

This shows our Farmhouse Ale after 2 weeks in the bottle.
Average rating 7.91666666666667 out of 10 ( based on 12 reviews )

Farmhouse Ale

Review by Charles A. on 11/9/2009

Pros: Awesome Beer. Easy to brew. Tasted better after about 4 weeks in the bottle. Friends loved it!

Cons: none

Good drinkable beer

Review by Bryan on 5/10/2010

Pros: A very drinkable beer that was very nicely balanced. Complex, herbal aroma and smooth, slightly tart flavor. Medium cold color.

Cons: This spring Williams changed the yeast in the kit from 1214 Belgian Abbey to 3944 Belgian Wit. I haven't tapped the keg using different yeast but it seems like beer is going to have stronger clove notes.

Easy Drinker

Review by Brian on 3/16/2011

This is the second Belgium kit I have made. It tastes good and has a good alcohol content. Very easy to drink, great color, nice aroma, and great tast (just a touch of seet in the finish). Overall great beer.

Farmhouse Ale

Review by Tim on 11/2/2011

This is really great beer. It is very smooth and drinkable. I don't think it will last long, I should have bought two kits.

Go back to the Abbey Ale yeast

Review by Mark on 2/25/2012

Not liking this version at all - tried it a couple years ago when you used put the beet sugar (looks like hard candy) and Abby ale yeast in the kit. That was significantly better than this. I don't think I can drink the entire batch.

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