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Have you ever heard of Cool, TX.? Well us either, but with a name like that it has to be cool. What a better name for a beer that is a light, fizzy ale version of an American lager to cool down with on a hot day. This is the perfect session "lawnmower beer". Medium in body, refreshing golden ale with a small amount of bitterness. Yeast Bottle Caps and Priming Sugar not included

Additional Information

Kit Type All Grain
Beer Kit Makes 5 Gallons
Recipe & Instructions Click Here
Original Gravity 1.050
IBUs 20
Alcohol Content Medium: 4.0%-6.5%
Color Golden
Flavor Balanced
Country of Origin American
Style Golden Ale

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Customer Reviews

Great Kit Review by Mark
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Very crisp and clean beer. It does not last long in the keg. (Posted on 1/20/2018)
Great recipe!!! Review by williams
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Another great beer kit from Texas brewing. loved this beer.
(Posted on 8/9/2016)
Very Drinkable Review by Truman
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Delicious beer that finished quickly, which was a good thing b/c the entire 5 gallon batch also finished quickly at our crawfish boil. Smooth, refreshing, and slightly sweet.

My wife wants to make this one again--this time she DOES NOT want to share :) (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Great Summer Brew Review by Patrick
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Brewed this beer a several weeks ago using BIAB method. Three weeks in the fermenter and the FG was spot on. Cracked one open after two weeks in the bottle (couldn't wait) and it was already a winner. Very smooth and crisp. Perfect sitting by the pool beer. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Refreshing Review by Stacy
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This beer has been in the keg for two weeks and tastes wonderful! A big hit for the craft brew newbies (neighbors). You will not be disappointed with this kit! (Posted on 8/9/2016)

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