A Divine Belgium dark beer in the Abbey style. Belgian beers are renowned worldwide for their high quality and delicious full taste. Brewferm has 25 years of experience producing Belgian homebrew kits. High quality and 100% natural ingredients are guaranteed. The Abbey beer has a vinous character due to its high alcohol content. A strong dark reddish brown beer with long keeping properties. Full flavoured taste with a malt aroma. Very thick and lacy long lasting head. You are bidding on one 3.3 lb tin. Additional tins are available and combine ship for $2 each.
Here is the fastest easiest way to get into home brewing! With this tinned extract kit you just mix, brew and bottle This is a NO-BOIL kit but you do heat some water. You don’t need much equipment, just a bucket, carboy, stirrer, syphon, bottles, and bottling gear. The instructions are easy to follow. The tin contains a thick malt syrup that you warm so that it will pour into 9 liters of warm water (2 gallons + 6 pints). All necessary ingredients except sugar are already in the syrup including the hops. Complete directions and a packet of yeast are included under the lid. Each can is a complete mix and makes 3 gallons – about 32 12oz bottles. This type beer is very expensive in stores since the designation ‘Abbey’ in Belgium indicates a portion of the profits go to the Abbey or its charities. The Brasserie des Rocs shown below cost me $5 a bottle on sale!
Strong dark brown red hue brew with good body and a full malt taste. Not too bitter. Runs about 8% alcohol. Additions required are just water and sugar. I have heard this works with MR BEER kits just use the contents of one can with no sugar added. A heavenly beer that needs long maturation! The longer you can leave it the better it is, but I have to admit that it is difficult to resist the temptation… Try to let it bottle condition for at least 4 weeks. Hide a few bottles from yourself for six months or a year and you will be amazed.
Brewferm’s master brewers copied a famous Mountain Abbey brew when they developed this distinctively Belgian Abbey style beer. I sell it because it is one of my favorites and I love to drink it myself. Periodically I have to adjust inventory downwards due to ‘shrinkage’. Reminds me of Brasserie des Rocs and Abbaye de Saint-Martin but not quite so much alcohol. This is definitely a gourmet beer to be served when you want to impress!