Bear Paw IPA Mashing Kit

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  • Price: $36.99
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In stock, will ship on Thursday, December 2

Bear Paw IPA features a tasty blend of pilsner and pale ale malt, balanced with plenty of Simcoe and Cascade hops. The result is a beer with a crisp delicate malt flavor that is not caramelized, and a rich deep citrus hop character. Alcohol: 6%, IBU’s 69.

Includes 13 pounds of crushed pale and pilsner malt, three hop additions, and priming sugar. Makes 5 gallons with a starting gravity of 1.059.

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

Note: Needed Y36, U01, or Y11 ale yeast is not included, you will be given yeast purchase options once you put this in your cart.


Average rating 9.5 out of 10 ( based on 8 reviews )

My first all grain

Review by Darrin Tinsley on 4/17/2021

Not a huge IPA fan but this turned out to be super drinkable and easy to brew.

Bear Paw = delicious!

Review by John on 5/18/2020

I bought the Mash and Boil William's Brewing Kit and this IPA grain kit came with it. Following the directions resulted in a really fantastic batch, the perfect IPA blend of smooth malt with pungent citrus hops. My kit came with the Safale option - fermentation started slow but bubbled right along and true to the recipe was ready at 16 days...

Good Tasting Basic IPA

Review by Chuck on 4/13/2020

I hated not supporting my local brewing supply store, but I couldn't let the virus get in the way of making home brew. This kit comes with everything you'll need, I guess you need to buy the yeast, so almost everything. It even comes with priming sugar, which I didn't need, but that's how complete the kit is. The IPA is good tasting. The instructions are good, and all the pellet hops packets are premeasured so you can add the whole packet at the right boil time. There is no dry-hopping required.

Bear paw IPA

Review by Jim on 9/21/2018

Bear paw IPA kit came without the priming sugar I had just the right amount leftover from another brew

Great stuff

Review by JJ on 3/10/2018

We hit the OG of 1.060 and then 6 days into the fermentation it slowed quite a bit. It wasn't a crazy rapid, overflowing fermentation, but somehow it was completed at 1.010 in less than 12 days. Bottled and tasted before bottling and it is very tasty. We will try in about a week to see where we are, but i expect this to be very tasty.

May 14, 2017 by Jerry Young

Q: I have the Brewers edge mash and boil # B27 will this all grain kit work with it?

A: Yes, use 4 gallons of strike water for the 13 pounds of crushed malt in this kt.

Apr 16, 2017 by Alan

Q: I have misplaced the priming sugar. What amount should I use?

A: We use 4½ oz. per batch.

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