null Skip to main content
Farmhouse Brewing Supply

The Pliny Clone Kit - (All Grain)

$38.99
(3 reviews) Write a Review

Includes the grain and hops needed to make your own Pliny the Elder clone.

We recommend using 2 packs of dry yeast to ferment this beer or a big yeast starter! 

Yeast is NOT INCLUDED in this kit. Please select from the recommended yeast strains above or choose your own. The most commonly chosen yeast strains are: US-05, BRY-97, or Mangrove Jacks West Coast Ale yeast if using dry yeast.  Wyeast 1056 if using liquid.

MALT BILL
87% 2-Row Malt
4% Crystal 40 Malt
4% Carapils (Dextrin) Malt
5% Dextrose Sugar

O.G. - 1.070
T.G. - 1.011
BU's - 90-95 (actual/not calculated)
ABV - 8-8.5%
Mash Rest - 151-152
Boil Time - 90 min.
SRM - 7ish
California Ale Yeast

HOP BILL
3.00 oz CTZ 13.90% A.A. 90 min.
.75 oz CTZ 13.90% A.A. 45 min.
1.00 oz Simcoe 12.30% A.A. 30 min.
1.00 oz Centennial 8.00% A.A. 0 min.
2.50 oz Simcoe 12.30% A.A. 0 min.
1.00 oz CTZ 13.90% A.A. Dry Hop (12 to 14 Days Total)
1.00 oz Centennial 9.10% A.A. Dry Hop (12 to 14 Days Total)
1.00 oz Simcoe 12.30% A.A. Dry Hop (12 to 14 Days Total)
.25 oz CTZ 13.90% A.A. Dry Hop (5 days to go in dry hop)
.25 oz Centennial 9.10% A.A. Dry Hop (5 days to go in dry hop)
.25 oz Simcoe 12.30% A.A. Dry Hop (5 days to go in dry hop)

3 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Awesome beer!

    Posted by bungle2k2 on 20th Jun 2020

    This big DIPA has it all, malty flavor, sticky mouthfeel, big piney hop aroma, impressive resiny bitterness that hangs on. This is my 2nd time around on this one. My OG was 1.075, FG 1.012 8.3% ABV into the keg 13 days later. Awesome beer!

  • 5
    Farmhouse Pliny Kit is the Best!

    Posted by John from Boston on 16th Jun 2018

    Farmhouse's version of the homebrew recipe for Pliny the Elder is the best! It's easy, a great value and a pleasure to brew! I'd love to see them do one for Sean Lawson's Sip of Sunshine! I've got the Heady Topper clone in the fermenter now! Will review when it's done. Very satisfied with Farmhouse Brewing Supply!

  • 5
    Best I have brewed so far

    Posted by bryan on 2nd Jan 2015

    My first all-grain brew. Everyone loves it. Great nose, nice malt backbone, smooth bitterness. Would buy again. I used US05 dry yeast for mine. I called mine "Pliny My Hiney"