Zombie Apocalypse Double Blood Red Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit
*Require advanced brewing equipment
A Brain-Devouring Hoppy Red-Eyed Fiend!
What does this beer taste like?
We bet you're "dying" to find out! Our Zombie Apocalypse Imperial Red Ale Extract Beer Recipe Kit has a rich, malty and slightly sweet taste with notes of caramel, toffee, and toasted bread. It's balanced by a strong hop bitterness with flavors of spicy and floral hops for an overall complex and satisfying beer that's perfect for sipping on a cool evenings or during a zombie apocalypse!
And now for the possibly funny, possibly serious, possibly irreverent flowery description....
Double the death toll with this flesh-eating, red-eyed monster at 8.6% alcohol. Don't let the malty, caramelly goodness deceive you from its pure evil, the hops are only in balance as much as you won't keel over enjoying a pint of this beast. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, you may use this brew as an antiseptic for any bleeding flesh wounds from the bite of the living dead. And regarding reanimated corpses, our motto is this: don't feast upon brains or other various, used organs, and don't fill your pints with blood. Instead, indulge upon this atrocious double red ale and leave the bloodbath to the zombies!
All About Imperial Red Ale
Imperial red ale, also known as American strong ale, is a beer style that originated in the United States. It's characterized by a deep red color, a strong malt backbone, and a high alcohol content, typically ranging from 7% to 10% ABV or higher.
The malt bill for an imperial red ale is typically complex, featuring a variety of caramel and roasted malts that give the beer its signature red color and provide flavors of toffee, caramel, and bread crust. The hop profile is also prominent, with American hop varieties like Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook being commonly used. This results in a beer that's both malty and hoppy, with a good balance between sweetness and bitterness.
Imperial red ale is a bold and flavorful beer that's best enjoyed in moderation, meaning you're not going to be chugging a six-pack after cutting the grass. Its high alcohol content and rich flavors make it a great choice for sipping on a cool evening or pairing with hearty dishes like steak or barbecue. For beer lovers who seek hoppy beers with a strong malt backbone, then an imperial red ale is a sure winner.