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Old St. Nick Ale

SKU: K-OA1-BTO
Price: $43.70

This beer ingredient kit is inspired by Avery's Old Jubilation Ale with mocha and toffee flavors, and a hint of hazelnut. Enjoy!

These kits require configuration. Click on Select Options to order your kit.
Fermentation Temperature: Ale
Beer Category: Strong Ale
Weight: 12 lbs 8 ozs
Old St. Nick Ale
Old St. Nick Ale
Product Details

This beer ingredient kit is inspired by Avery's Old Jubilation Ale with mocha and toffee flavors, and a hint of hazelnut. Enjoy!

High Gravity's extract kits use only the highest quality ingredients and are assembled when you order so they contain the freshest possible ingredients. Each kit makes 5 gallons.

Each kit makes 5 gallons.

Click here to view the instructions and ingredients.



Extract kits are recommended for beginning brewers.

Extract kits contain malt extract along with specialty grains and is by far the most common kit type. Extract kits rely on the malt extract to provide the fermentable sugars and the grains are primarily for color and flavor. This is the most common type of beer kit and is recommended for those who are just getting started or those that want to make a great tasting beer without a lot of effort.

Mini-mash kits reduce the amount of malt extract in the kit and replaces it with additional grain along with the specialty grains. This method requires that you "mash" the grains to get the required amount of fermentable sugars for your beer. This method is generally used by homebrewers with a bit of brewing experience.

All-grain kits eliminate the extract and completely rely on the grains to produce the fermentable sugars needed to make the beer. Additional equipment is required, such as a mash tun and hot liquor tank. This method also requires that the entire volume be boiled so a 40qt pot is recommended to boil the wort (pre-fermented beer). All-grain brewing is the most advanced method for brewing beer and is recommended for those that have had some experience brewing extract kits.


We recommend liquid yeast for our High Gravity kits but if you would prefer dry yeast, you can select it instead. Liquid yeasts provide a wider range of flavor profiles but are very susceptible to temperature variations. This can cause problems when shipping during very hot weather. Dry yeast, however, will not be damaged in transport because of weather conditions.
You may also want to choose your own yeast. If so, you can select the "No Yeast" Option.

Ice Pack:
When shipping liquid yeast, an ice pack is highly recommended, especially during hot weather to help ensure the viability of the liquid yeast. There is an additional cost of $1.00. High Gravity will not guarantee the viability of liquid yeast shipped without a cold pack.

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"Better every day!"

Jack on 7/18/2011 4:34:41 PM

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Review Comments: I was told that this gets better with age, and they were right! First drink was pretty strong about a month after bottling. Tried a few every month or so and it just keeps getting better. Now I wish I would have saved it all til now or later. Definitely brew around Christmas time for next years Christmas!!

"MMMM Good"

Jared on 11/5/2007 11:41:00 AM

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Review Comments: MMMM Good. From what I hear this beer is better after it sits for a while.....like a year or what not. I just brewed a batch about 4 weeks ago and have already started drinking it. It has a lot of flavor and is a full bodied beer with a pretty high alch %. Mine came in around 9%.

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