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Sugar, Spices & Additional Ingredients


  • Belgian Candi Sugar Amber 500g

    Belgian Candi Sugar Amber 500g

    Sourced directly from Belgium, this Amber Syrup candy sugar is made with a nod to tradition as certified regional produce. Suitable for use in a variety of beer styles through out the brewing process, this sugars can deliver extract, color, and flavor that simply cannot be duplicated. EBC 300 500
  • Bitter Orange Peel Spice 1oz

    Bitter Orange Peel Spice 1oz

    Aurantium amarae pericarpium Also called "Curacau orange peel", these green-gray peels are one of the most popular specialty herbs on the market. They are used commercially by domestic brewers to duplicate the beer styles that put Belgium on the brewing map. While not very bitter, they are a key ingredient in Belgian style white beers.
  • Cardamom  1oz

    Cardamom 1oz

    Elettaria cardamomum Cardamom is a distinctive spice from the same family as ginger. Its flavor, which has been described as a "spicy cola", combines well with coriander, cumin and orange, and often all are used together in specialty Belgian and Holiday Style beer.
  • Cinnamon Sticks 1oz

    Cinnamon Sticks 1oz

    Cinnamomum cassia Known principally as a flavoring for savory dishes in Asia and Africa and for its use in pastries and beverages, cinnamon has also found its way into recipes for spicy holiday ales and ciders, sodas, coffees and teas.
  • Cocoa Nibs 1oz

    Cocoa Nibs 1oz

    Botanical Name: Theobroma cacao Origin: Brazil Ingredients: 100% pure, partially fermented organic cacao. Add the flavor American love, chocolate, to your craft beer for a new brew that's sure to be everybody's new favorite!
  • Coopers Carbonation Drops

    Coopers Carbonation Drops

    Can be used by the home brewer instead of priming sugar. One drop per Stubbie (375ml) or 2 drops per Long Neck (750ml). Accurate dosage, dissolves quickly, convenient to use, no mess, no waste.
  • Coriander Seed 1oz

    Coriander Seed 1oz

    Coriandrum sativum Ancient Egyptian and Sanskrit texts document the use of coriander for more than 3,000 years. The Chinese once believed the herb conferred immortality and in the Middle Ages it was put into love potions as an aphrodisiac. Coriander is now widely used in specialty and Belgian style beers.
  • Corn Sugar 10kg

    Corn Sugar 10kg

    Sugar converted from corn starch and refined. Used in the beer making process for proper fermentation.
  • Corn Sugar 1kg

    Corn Sugar 1kg

    Sugar converted from corn starch and refined. Used in the beer making process for proper fermentation.
  • Corn Sugar 2kg

    Corn Sugar 2kg

    Sugar converted from corn starch and refined. Used in the beer making process for proper fermentation.
  • Ginger Root 1oz

    Ginger Root 1oz

    Zingiber officinale The pungent taste of ginger is due to nonvolatile phenylpropanoid-derived components, particularly gingerols and shogaols, which form from gingerols when ginger is dried or cooked. Mature ginger roots are fibrous and nearly dry. Powdered dry ginger root is typically used as a flavoring for recipes such as gingerbread, cookies, crackers and cake, ginger ale and ginger beer.
  • Juniper Berries  1oz

    Juniper Berries 1oz

    Juniperus communis Usually known as the principal flavoring in gin, it is also used to flavor beer and other beverages. Native Americans have utilized juniper for its healing powers and to relieve arthritis. In folk lore, juniper planted outside a front door kept out witches who had to correctly count its needles before entering the house.


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Scotch Ale

The finished beer has the following tasting

notes: “This traditional Scotch ale has a pleasant malt hop balance which leans towards the rich and dominant sweet malt flavour and aroma side. The caramel character is punctuated with a hint of peated smoke. The English hops provide the pleasant balance to the nice clean finish of this beer.


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