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Old 09-08-2007, 09:51 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has tried the AHS Summit IPA extract kit and what you thought about it. It sounds pretty tasty to me, but I dont see any comments for it in their comment section.

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Old 09-08-2007, 11:19 PM   #2
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I haven't tried that particular kit, but I have brewed their Double IPA kit and it was fantastic, fwiw.


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Yah, I have two of their kits on tap now and they are both great. I am assuming it will be good as well. I have a buddy coming to town and I want to make sure I brew him up a tasty IPA.
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I brewed the PM version. I really enjoyed it. If you can do extract, you can do PM.
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I brewed the PM version. I really enjoyed it. If you can do extract, you can do PM.
I have their dead guy clone and hoppy brown kits in the basement that I did as "mini-mash" types. I am anxious to see how they turned out.

How much did you enjoy this kit? I am trying to decide between the Stone IPA clone and this one.
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It wasn't as hoppy bitter as I expected, but it was quite tasty. If you want a bolder IPA, you may want to go with the Stone, tho I haven't tried that one myself.


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