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Partial Mash Tribute Range - St Austell Tribute

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Partial Mash Tribute Range - St Austell Tribute
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Dark Rock's Tribute to Tribute is an amber coloured Cornish pale ale, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit, from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit provide a finish that is long and lingering. There is a fine balance between malt and hops, which finally becomes dry and bitter. Dark Rock's Tribute to Tribute makes 40 pints of 4.9% ABV Pale Ale.

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What is it?

Dark Rock's Tribute to Tribute is an amber coloured Cornish pale ale, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit, from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit provide a finish that is long and lingering. There is a fine balance between malt and hops, which finally becomes dry and bitter. Dark Rock's Tribute to Tribute makes 40 pints of 4.9% ABV Pale Ale.

This partial mash kit makes 40 pints of the highest quality beer. It is a step-up from standard kits, but simpler to make than an all grain full mash beer. To make this kit you will need standard brewing equipment plus a large saucepan (ideally holding at least 15 litres). To brew the kit simply steep the grains in water at 66C and then boil the hops in the saucepan. The hops are added at various stages throughout the boiling process. Hops added at the start of the boil give the beer the bitterness and those added at later stages will give the beer a delightful aroma.

Each Dark Rock kit is carefully researched and developed by commercial brewers with extensive knowledge and a passion for craft beers and real ales. Dark Rock Kits enable you to produce commercial quality beers, all within the comfort of your own home. Malts and hops are added at controlled stages of the brewing process to provide rich aromas and depths of flavour which are simply not possible from standard hopped malt extract kits.

Tribute Range

These kits allow you to produce beers which mirror the classic commercial favourites. Quality hops, malts and yeast have been carefully selected and matched to give you the closest possible result. They are not designed to be clones since factors such as water source and yeast type will be individual to each brewery. We recommend you have fun comparing the commercial beer against your own to see how close you can get.  

What makes the Dark Rock Partial Mash range so special?

Most economy beer kits are supplied with 1.5kg of malt, or up to 1.8kg for standard kits. Many brewers now prefer to pay a little extra for boxed premium kits, which tend to include 3kg malt. The higher the malt content, the better the body and taste will be. You really do get what you pay for in this respect. Dark Rock Partial Mash kits contain a whopping 3.5kg of malt extract and that is without counting the malt grains! This puts them ahead of the pack in terms of malt content and gives the beer a massive quality advantage. Couple that with a really generous quantity of the freshest and best quality hops, and you have a beer which is pretty much impossible to beat without heading into all grain mashing territory. Even the most avid all grain aficionados supplement their stocks with Dark Rock Partial Mash beers. The reason they give is that the quality is right up there and the brewing time and complexities are greatly reduced.

The Commercial Brewery

St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 by Cornishman Walter Hicks in St Austell, Cornwall. Today St Austell Brewery remains 100% independent and family owned. Tribute started life as Daylight Robbery, a seasonal beer brewed to celebrate the total eclipse in August 1999. In 2001, Daylight Robbery became a permanent fixture under its new name, Tribute - in honour of those who had helped the brewery grow to its landmark 150th anniversary. by 2002, over 1 million pints of Tribute had been brewed and drunk. In 2014 Tribute was awarded the publicans choice National Favourite Regional Cask Ale, for 3 years running. Tribute Ale is St Austell Brewery's flagship beer and accounts for around 80% of total sales. Other ales include the popular Proper Job aswell as Tinner's Ale and Dutchy Bitter. We also supply a Proper Job kit which is well worth sampling.

What's Included?

  • 3.5kg Premium Brewery Quality Liquid Malt Extract
  • Genuine Brewer's Yeast Sachet
  • Malt Grains
  • Hop Pellets 
  • Pure Brew (water treatment and nutrient)
  • Britewort clarifier
  • Muslin straining bag
  • Starbrite Beer Finings (Vegan-Friendly)
  • Fermenter and keg ID stickers
  • Full instructions

Allergy Advice: May include barley and other cereals, containing gluten

Specifications

  • Makes: 40 pints / 5 gallons
  • ABV Approx: 4.9%
  • Target Finishing Gravity: 1.012 (approx)
  • Fermentation time: 10-14 days approx
  • Conditioning time: 4 weeks minimum (it will mature further if left longer)

What Equipment Do You Need?

Basic beer making equipment (5g fermenter, airlock, syphon tube with sediment trap, hydrometer, Suresan sanitiser, bottles or barrel). These are available under the starter kit section on this website. You will also need a stainless steel pan (15 litres minimum capacity), and a thermometer

Tips

A sachet of Pure Brew is included with this kit in order to achieve a commercial quality. Pure Brew is a professional beer enhancer. It feeds the yeast with essential nutrients, which supercharge the fermentation and support yeast development (even in limited oxygen conditions). Pure Brew also treats brewing water to eliminate problems caused by Chlorine and Chloramine (which can create a medicinal or as it is sometimes referred to, a "homebrew" taste) The condition of brewing water is critical to achieving optimum results but this important area is often overlooked. By using Pure Brew, you can effectively and easily condition brewing water, and maximise effective fermentation. We strongly recommend using Pure Brew with all of your beers to improve their quality.

The addition of beer finings will improve the final quality of your beers. Starbrite finings are included with this kit. They will help your beer to clear quickly and the sediment will be more likely to stay at the bottom of bottles or barrels. If you are using Corny Kegs then it is important to clear the beer as much as possible before kegging. Beer Finings will promote a faster and more efficient fall out of sediment and haze particles prior to kegging. Harris Starbrite is a highly effective vegan-friendly beer fining, which is rapidly becoming a firm favourite with home brewers. It is suitable for all beers.

A muslin grain bag is included with this kit. You could consider investing in a metal hop spider to upgrade your equipment. The hop spider would sit inside your boiling pan and allow you to drop hops into the pan in a controlled way. Hop Spiders allow hops to boil with more free flow space around them. They are easily cleaned and can be re-used over and over again.

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