Golden Ale Mashing Kit

  • Item #K07
  • Price: $44.99
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In stock, will ship on Monday, June 12

Our Golden Ale Mashing Kit is inspired by the Golden Ales of Belgium, and has a very clean and aromatic malt character and a blonde appearance. Not as strong as some Golden Ales, but still strong enough to command respect. Includes 11 pounds of Belgian Pilsner Malt, 2 pounds of beet sugar, one Hallertau hop addition, and priming sugar. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of 1.060. Needed yeast not included, order separately below.

  Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

Note: Needed Y74, or U34 Belgian liquid yeast is not included, you will be given yeast purchase options once you put this in your cart.


Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 1 review )

Finally Tasted

Review by Richard Davis on 9/27/2017

Took a bit longer to ferment than expected then bottle conditioned. First try was amazing! Will be reordering!!

Dec 12, 2020 by Mike Josey

Q: My Golden Ale Kit cam with 2 hop containers. KCH150 at 60 minutes. the other KCH050 is not mentioned. Do I use it? Thanx Mike

A: Only 1 KCH150 (1.5 oz Hallertau) hop pack should of been included. We did not intend to have an aromatic hop in this recipe, as the aroma comes from the malt and the yeast. Sorry about this!

Oct 11, 2018 by Steve

Q: Forgot another question, are the mashing grains available not milled? Thanks

A: They are only available milled at this point.

Oct 11, 2018 by Steve

Q: What type of dry yeast do you recommend (I live in Fla)? Also, what do you recommend for mash temp( didn't notice it in instructions).

A: Our item Z70 Mangrove Jack Belgian Abbey would be a good choice. Mash at 152- 155 degrees F for one hour.

Oct 29, 2017 by casey

Q: Golden Ale Mashing kit. What are the IBU's and AVB? Can any of your kits be ordered as all grain?

A: The IBU's are approximately 35. The average alcohol strength is 6.5% Only our mashing kits are grain, our other kits are extract.

Mar 05, 2017 by Gary

Q: Do these grain mashing kits come with directions. I have not whole grained before. This will be my first attempt?

A: Yes, click on the pdf of the instructions at the bottom of the product description.

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