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Upslope "Brown Ale" PicoPak

Make your own batch of Brown Ale, by Boulder Colorado’s Upslode Brewing, in your home using this PicoPak and your Pico home brewer. This English–American style ale boasts a dark brown body with creamy tan head. The rich, malty backbone balances an...Read More

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Make your own beer at home with PikoPaks and Piko Brewers.

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Make your own batch of Brown Ale, by Boulder Colorado’s Upslode Brewing, in your home using this PicoPak and your Pico home brewer. This English–American style ale boasts a dark brown body with creamy tan head. The rich, malty backbone balances an assertive hop character, and ends with s smooth, dry finish. Your Pico brewer will recognize this specific PicoPak and automatically follow the brewer’s recipe to ensure great-tasting beer the way it’s meant to be enjoyed. Makes 5 liters of beer, or the equivalent of thirteen 12-ounce bottles.

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  • Brown Ale PicoPak yields a dark brown body that supports a creamy tan head. This medium-bodied Brown Ale is brewed in the English tradition, with an infusion of American creativity. The rich, malty backbone balances an assertive hop character, and ends with s smooth, dry finish.
  • RFID detection automatically brews beer in Pico precisely according to specific beer’s recipe.
  • Makes 5 liters of beer, or the equivalent of thirteen 12-ounce bottles
  • Alcohol by volume (ABV) 6.7%; International Bitterness Unit (IBU) 45

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  • Manufacturer: PicoPak
  • Weight: 14 lbs.
  • Ingredients: Fresh hops, grains and yeast. Alcohol by volume (ABV) 6.7%; International Bitterness Unit (IBU) 45.
  • Made in the USA

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Very impressive brew
Details...OG-1.061 FG-1.014; 6.2%. 4.5 day fast ferment. 36hr cold crash. 48hr co2. Surprised how fast this fermented down. I think it made its own heat all the way up to 80*, yikes. I expected bananas after that, but I've got none. I must say I'm impressed with the fast ferment. Tan to off white head. Malty brown color with haze. First sip I get apricots on the front and a lite brown sugar on the back. The alcohol gives a slight warming aftertaste. If I had to pair this, I'd reach for a hard crumbling cheese, crackers, and a nice salami. Good February beer for remembering warmer days. Browns are so under rated, I can't wait for the bandwagon to jump on board....one day.
April 26, 2018
 

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