Category Archives: Honey

5.75 lbs Ambrosia Honey

Ambrosia Pure Honey by Ambrosia Honey Co., 23 Ounce Bottles (Pack of 4)

Ambrosia Pure Honey by Ambrosia Honey Co.  Pack of (4) 23 oz bottles.  That’s 92 ozs or 5.75 lbs.  100% pure Colorado grown honey.  Raw and gently filtered.

Use to make a mead or as a fermentable in your next homerew

Ambrosia Pure Honey by Ambrosia Honey Co., 23 Ounce Bottles (Pack of 4)

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American Honey Porter – $32.99

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American Honey Porter from MoreBeer based on the White House recipe.  Composed of all American ingredients including… Crystal 40L, Black Patent, Chocolate Malt, and Ultralight Malt Extract, Chinook and Cascade Hops and California Wildflower Honey.

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American Honey Porter – Extract Beer Kit KIT705$39.99 $32.99 + Free Shipping with a $59 order

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AIH – Adding Honey to Your Beer + Honey Beer Kits on Sale

Honey Homebrew

Adding Honey to Your Brew – from Adventures in Homebrewing:

“Honey is an all-natural substance, and is best for brewing in its raw, unheated and unprocessed state.  Honey is one of the only foods that never spoils. In it’s unprocessed state, Honey has all of its vitamins, antiseptic qualities and nutrients.

That crystal-clear honey you see in the supermarket, that never seems to crystalize,has been heat-treated and filtered to stay looking pretty.

The truth of the matter, good fresh honey will and should crystalize.  I actually prefer it this way, it makes it easier to spread on toast or to glaze pork or chicken.


Your basic commercial honey will make good beer, if that’s all you can get.
Adventures in Homebrewing sells only local Michigan Honey, except for Orange Blossom, that comes from Texas.

Honey Beers differ from Meads in that they don’t take as long to ferment.   Meads can take months to ferment out completely, and really should be aged at least a year. One of my favorite honey beers is the AIH Raspberry Honey Wheat, it takes only a few weeks to ferment and about a month to age this one to perfection.”

Keep Reading – See “When to Add Honey to Your Brew” Below

Two of AIH’s best selling honey beers are on sale right now…

AIH Raspberry Honey Wheat – $32.00 $28.80

AIH Goldfinger Honey Wheat – $35.99 $32.40

The all grain versions are also on sale…

AIH Raspberry Honey Wheat – $27.99 $25.19

AIH Goldfinger Honey Wheat – $28.99 $26.10

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When to Add Honey to your Brew – from Adventures in Homebrewing:

“In honey, wild yeasts and bacteria are ubiquitous, yet they are kept in stasis due to honey’s low water content (average 17 percent). As soon as honey is diluted in water or wort, these microbes are free to grow and proliferate.

Boiling the wort effectively destroys honey’s harmful diastatic enzymes along with any yeasts or bacteria that may have survived to this stage. If honey were added to the boiling wort, there is little doubt that it would be rendered sterile.  Unfortunately, it would also likely be rendered without much positive contribution of flavor to the beer.

Honey added to the fermenter not only decreases the dextrin content of the beer proportionately by dilution, but it also increases the potential alcohol content of the finished beer by increasing the proportion of fermentable sugars.

The method I use to add Honey to my beer, is to add it at Flame Out.  This would be the last five minutes of “the boil”, but the flame is out. This method should keep some of the more subtle flavors and aromas, and it should kill anything that may be in it.”

Reader Tip: Two lbs Organic Raw Honey – $10.49, $5.25 per lb Shipped

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Organic Raw Honey

Puritan’s Pride has marked down Honeywell Organic Raw Honey down to Two four $10.49.  That’s $5.25 per lb.  Shipping is free.  No coupon code is required.

Use for making mead or as a fermentable in one of your next homebrews

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American Honey Pale Ale Extract Kit – $31.99

This is being offered for $2.96 less than the last time I show it being on sale.  It’s discounted $8 in all.


Product Description – Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.


American Honey Pale Ale – Extract Beer Kit KIT703 – $31.99 + Free Shipping with $59 Order


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American Honey Pale Ale Extract Kit – $34.95


Save $5 on the extract version of More Beer’s take on the famed White House Honey Ale.

American Honey Pale Ale – Extract Beer Kit KIT703 – $34.95 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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More Beer: Jim Rossi’s Honey Pale Ale Extract Kit – $26.95

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Note: This picture cracks me up.  Especially when it shows up on Pinterest as it looks like you can buy this guy, that beer and that honey for $26.95.  That’s a pretty good deal, but let’s face it, this guy is going to have some costs associated with keeping him around.  He’s probably going to want at least beer and honey by the looks of this picture.

Jim Rossi’s Honey Pale Ale – Extract Beer Kit KIT710 – $26.95 + Free Shipping with $59 Order

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