Palmer Premium Beer Kits - Little Barnabas - Traditional Bock

Palmer Premium Beer Kits - Little Barnabas - Traditional Bock

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Bock is an old style, dating from the 1600’s, an exceedingly rich, malty style that tastes just like a fresh loaf of dark bread straight from the oven. This deep amber-brown beer has just enough hop bitterness to prevent the malt sweetness from being cloying and creates a soft clean finish. Traditional bock is not one of the more popular home or craft brewing styles, but it is one of my favorites. A good Bock can double as a meal, and this recipe won’t disappoint. 

The award-winning recipes from Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, prepared and assembled into ready-to-brew ingredient kits! These kits have been specially designed to be brewed at home on your kitchen stove with a minimum of equipment. Each kit comes with clear, illustrated brewing instructions for the general brewing process and step-by-step instructions for brewing that particular kit. The kits range from extract-only, to extract and steeping grains, to extract and partial mash and contain everything needed to brew 5 gallons of beer. All you need is a standard equipment kit from your local home brewing supply shop and a 5 gallon (20L) pot.

This Kit Includes:
Briess CBW® Dry Malt Extract (DME), Crushed Steeping Grains, Steeping Bag, Amylase Enzyme,  Hops, Fermentis Yeast, Priming Sugar, Brewing Instructions, Recipe Instructions
  • Gravity  (OG) 1.069
  • Bitterness  24 IBUs
  • Color  17 SRM
  • ABV  7%
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Item # KIT98210
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 12 LBS
ABV %7
Beer StyleLager
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentHigh (7-9%)
BitternessLow (10-25ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodExtract
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Always wanted to do a Bock and this is a complete kit from a reputable brewer.
Matthew S. W on Oct 23, 2019
Always wanted to do a Bock and this is a complete kit from a reputable brewer.
Matthew S. W on Oct 23, 2019
Brewed John Palmer's Little Barnabas - Traditional Bock (5 gal extract) and the brew directions says the fermentation range is around 56, which is what I set my fridge to. When I removed the carboy for transfer before kegging, it began to fermentation again. When I looked at the website, I noticed the fermentation range was 64 to 72. Which is correct?
John Poindexter on Jul 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi John - When it is mentioned that fermentation had started up again, had that be discovered through observing the airlock or was a gravity reading taken? If it was observed through the airlock; take a gravity reading to make sure fermentation has indeed continued. As for the ferm temp, we highly recommend following the kit's instructions, and we will make sure to correct the information on the products webpage. If the extended fermentation is of concern, take a look at this forum: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/forum/threads/beer-still-actively-fermenting-after-10-days.174708/

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