Mr. Beer Irish Stout 2 Gallon Craft Beer Refill Kit, Contains Hopped Malt Extract Designed for Consistent, Simple and Efficient Homebrewing

Mr. Beer’s St. Patrick’s Irish Stout produces a beer that is an authentic blend of grainy roasted malt, malted barley and hops. This is a rich, dark brew exhibiting coffee and chocolate aromas, a perfectly balanced, roasted bitter character and dry finish. TweetPinShare0 Shares Related Products: Mr. Beer Premium Gold Edition 2 Gallon Homebrewing Craft


Anonymous says:

Product out of date. Product out of date. I received my order this afternoon and was really stoked about starting another homebrew batch. I saw on previous posts that extracts were received out of date so I wanted to verify mine was in date. There was a white printed label on the bottom of my can with “best before 19 June 2018” on it. Decided to peel this label off and sure enough the actual stamped on date for best if used by was 19 June 2017. Not sure who applied this label but it was very misleading and…

Anonymous says:

Oktoberfest kit was fresh, yeast performed well, the extract was tasty, and I ended up with a great brew. Ordered 3/12/2015 and was promptly shipped and was very fresh. The expire date was 1 year and several months out. This was my 4th Mr Beer brew and my best so far.This kit does a great job, no issues and I will be buying again soon I’m sure.Modifications -I wanted a little more ABV so I added an additional 1lb 2.4 oz Briess Amber LME (I was shooting for 1lb) and also added 1oz Hallertau hops to balance the additional malt. I used a glass carboy instead of the Mr. Beer keg…

Anonymous says:

Rookie mistakes This was my very first Brew ever, and I ended up with weak tasting beer. I am kicking myself for not taking gravity readings like I could have. The overall taste of this beer is good but I probably did something wrong or added too much water or something to make it come out weaker than it probably could have been.Liquid extract kits seem to be pretty cool, but you need to practice with just water to learn how your equipment behaves. Like siphoning water into bottles and messing with…

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