Flat Rate shipping! $8.99 to ship most items in the store! Learn more »
Classes & Events

Contact Us

Customer Service

Indy Store

Location & Hours »

Avon Store

Location & Hours »
Dred Brown Porter All-Grain Kit
Enlarge icon

Dred Brown Porter All-Grain Kit

Item #: BKAG012
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
Rated 5.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
Availability: In Stock

This brown porter is named for a character that used to come into the store. Think substantial dark ale with a restrained roastiness.

Eligible for $8.99 flat rate shipping
Dred Brown Porter All-Grain Kit

  • Description
  • Product Documentation
  • Q and A

A dark, malty brown ale with caramel and chocolate notes that is nicely balanced. Medium and dark crystal paired with chocolate and roasted barley and some wheat for head retention. Willamette for bittering and flavoring hops. Use Wyeast British, 1098 for more of an English flavor profile.

Kit Details

Complete instructions are included with the beer kit. Our instructions include suggested mash temps, target gravity levels, hop addition times, and all the important brewing steps!

Our all-grain kits come with the necessary grains and hops for a 5 gallon batch. Grains come crushed, unless requested to be un-crushed in the order notes.Yeast is not included but we've provided a selection of recommended yeast (liquid and dry) that you can add to your order in the drop downs above. Clarifying agents (i.e. Irish moss) and priming sugar can be purchased separately.

Kit Yield: 5 Gallons
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 3.7 - 5.3%
Intl. Bittering Units (IBUs): 30 - 35
Standard Ref. Method (SRM - Color): 25 - 26
Original Gravity: 1.044 - 1.053
Final Gravity: 1.013 - 1.016
Yeast Starter Suggested? No
Beer Kit Instructions: Click Here »


Write a review
Great beer!
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
This is a great kit if you enjoy English Brown Porters. I primary fermented this beer for 3 weeks at about 60 degrees and ended with an FG of 1.010. Instead of using the recommended 1098 Whitebread I went with the 1469 West Yorkshire yeast. I will brew this again in the future.
Oct 16, 2014  |  By Brett