The story behind the kit:
Daniel Ennis, brew kit recipe creator: “This is probably the darkest blonde you will have hitting the max EBC for the style. With a biscuity base and a medium body accompanied with light fruity tones and lots of floral aroma you won’t be disappointed. This beer definitely benefits from a 4 week conditioning period to allow for the flavours to mellow.
I chose the following hops because of their ability to work well together, providing a slight bitter grapefruit finish with a floral bouquet that lingers: Cascade for its floral aroma, elements of citrus and notes of grapefruit; and Centennial for its earthy, floral and citrus elements. I suggest dry hopping after fermentation is complete at 14 ℃ to achieve maximum aroma and flavour, and aim for a blonde ale water profile.
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Our new brew kit range
After producing our very successful collaboration brew kit with Pauls Malts and Brookhouse Hops earlier this summer, we decided to go one step further. We asked our awesome Brew Crew to unite (remotely) and conjure up some brews. And they really pulled it out the bag! After a few months of brewing and a lot of tasting, we are excited to announce the launch of four wicked new kits: a Black IPA by Damian Roebuck, a Mild by Richard Boyden, West Coast Red Ale from Dan Plummeridge and Blonde Ale from Daniel Ennis. The brew kits are all available on darkfarm.co.uk and all Hop Clubbers will get their usual 10% discount.
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