Samuel Smiths Nut Brown Ale Clone Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit Glass

Beer Recipe Kit - Extract - Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale

Beer Recipe Kit - Extract - Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale
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Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale clone. 5 gallon beer recipe kit. Partial wort boil extract with steeping grains.
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Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale Clone

5 Gallon Beer Ingredients Kit

Extract with Steeping Grains


3 gallon partial boil, 5 gallons final volume


One of our popular “brown bag” in-house beer ingredient kits. Save money on fancy packaging – spend it on quality ingredients!

If you are looking for a full-flavored English Brown Ale that you can drink all day long then Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale is for you!

Still brewed in Yorkshire, England’s oldest brewery, this beer is relatively dry with rich nutty color and a palate of beech nuts, almonds and walnuts.


·         Starting Gravity: 1.048

·         Ending Gravity: 1.010

·         Estimated Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 5%

·         International Bittering Units (IBU): 29.7

·         This beer’s secret ingredients: Dark Crystal malts and East Kent Golding hops

Like all our beer kits, this kit comes complete with:

·         Name brand liquid or dried malt extract

·         Steeping grains crushed and ready to go

·         Muslin steeping bag(s) to hold grains while you steep

·         Name brand hops

·         50 oxygen absorbing bottle caps – beer stays fresh longer!

·         5 ounces priming sugar for bottle carbonation. (If you keg instead of bottle, you can add this to your wort during the last 5 minutes of boiling for a little extra “zing”!)

·         Name brand dry beer yeast

·         1 ounce of Fermax yeast nutrient for the healthiest yeast propagation

·         Easy to follow, detailed instructions (with phone and email support if you need it)

Beer Recipe Kit - Extract - Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale
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1 reviews

Featured positive reviews:

Beer Recipe Kit - Extract - Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale
Great ingredients, high hopes.
Good quality grains, Munton's Suffolk LME, light Amber DME, plus Kent Goldings Hops are all fresh and in-date.

OG came up slightly higher than expected at 1.050, the Safale s-04 dry ale yeast does a good job, minimal lag before fermentation started, completed most of the job within 3 days @64F. After 3 weeks in the primary fermenter the beer bottled nice and cleanly, the yeast had really flocculated well and left a nice compact yeast cake. FG: 1.011.

Flavors on bottling were already superb, look forward to trying the first bottle in a couple of weeks. High hopes for this one!

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