Orange Pushup Creamsicle Ale Extract Beer Recipe Kit
An Orange Creamsicle in Your Pint!
What does this beer taste like?
Our Orange Pushup Creamsicle Ale is a cream ale brewed with lactose, which lends has a smooth, creamy texture and a subtle sweetness. The lactose adds a touch of creaminess and sweetness that balances the crisp and refreshing taste of the ale. It has a mild malt flavor with a hint of hops and an amazing, clean finish of an orange creamsicle! Your year-long go to brew for a refreshing and easy-to-drink beer with a unique creamsicle orange character.
And now for the possibly funny, possibly serious, possibly irreverent flowery description....
Remember those sentimental childhood summers, when you chased the ice cream truck down the street with a handful of quarters and quivered with anticipation as the ice cream man handed you an orange pushup? And as the frost melted in your hand and you raised that icy delight to your tongue, your senses were set alight with the creamy zing of zesty orange and vanilla? Well, get ready to created some classic new summertime memories with a pint full of this delicious creamsicle ale. For in your glass you behold an orange-amber ale that is bestowed upon you by the beer gods of summer to comfort your senses with velvety smooth malt and a bubbly effervescence that is absolutely tingling with creamy vanilla and the citrusy zing of orange. And now as your hand quivers with anticipation as you raise this pint to your lips, you reawaken those dormant old memories and smile unconditionally with the shudder of refreshment and the happiness of a child.
All About American Cream Ale (This Recipe Uses Lactose)
American Cream Ale is a beer style that originated in the United States in the mid-19th century. It is a light-bodied, pale ale that is typically brewed with a combination of malted barley and corn or rice. This beer style is known for its smooth, crisp, and refreshing taste, which makes it a popular choice for a variety of occasions.
The American Cream Ale is light in color and has a low to moderate level of hop bitterness. It is often brewed with a neutral yeast strain, which helps to accentuate the malt and corn or rice flavors. Some American Cream Ales may also be brewed with lactose, which gives them a slightly sweet and creamy flavor.
This beer style is typically carbonated to a moderate to high level, which gives it a lively and refreshing mouthfeel. It is usually served cold and is a popular choice during the summer months or at outdoor events.
American Cream Ale is a light, easy-drinking beer that is approachable for a wide range of beer drinkers. It is a great option for those who prefer a beer with a lower alcohol content or a milder taste profile.