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Tinsel Toes
The Carmen Lúcia of beers. This seasonal brew’s rich and spicy fruit flavours combine with roasted malts and hops to perfectly balance its darker aftertaste. Red in colour, it’s a ruby temptress
Bure Gold
We’ve meticulously selected the pale and lightly-roasted malts to form a classic aromatic, golden ale with notes of passionfruit and orange. Sailing to the far reaches, we’ve found hops from Ameri
Cwtch Welsh Red Ale
The award winning “Cwtch”, a Welsh Red Ale from the Tiny Rebel Brewing Co, is now available as a home brew kit!
Courage Best Bitter
With over 200 years of brewing pedigree, Courage Best Bitter retains its widespread popularity. This beer kit allows you to enjoy the classic taste of Courage Best Bitter beer brewed by you at home. P
Courage Directors
Distinctly superior by name and nature, Courage Directors was originally brewed exclusively for the directors of the Alton brewery until demand decreed this most distinguished of beverages was also ma
Woodfordes Wherry Best Bitter
An inviting aroma of malt and citrus fruits is the prelude to this award-wining offering from Woodforde’s. The palate is crisp and citrussy with malt and fine hop notes introducing and interesting c
Woodfordes Nog
Winner of the 2009 World Beer Awards, “World’s best Old Ale”, Norfolk Nog is full of roast malt character which dominates the nose and palate and contributes to the long dry finish. Hits of frui
Woodfordes Nelson’s Revenge
A pleasing aroma of malt and rich fruit with citrus notes is the introduction to this Woodforde’s classic. The palate us full, with malt and fruit dominating initially, but giving way to a lingering
Woodfordes Admirals Reserve
Award winning, tawny colored ale with a distinctive nose of dried fruits, sherry and almonds. The palate is full with sweet malt and rich fruit slowly dominated by an increasing bitterness, leaving a
Tom Caxton Trad Yorks Bitter
If you like your bitter slightly sweeter and more rounded, you’ll really appreciate this Traditional Yorkshire Bitter. Its rich red-brown in color, full of flavor in classic North of England style.
Tom Caxton Trad Lager
As the sun dips below the horizon on a warm summers evening, nothing beats a long refreshing glass of lager – and that’s just what you’ll get from this beer making kit.
Tom Caxton Real Ale
With this beermaking kit you’ll discover the flavors behind an age old ale. And by adding the unique hop extract sachet, you’ll give your beer a wonderful aroma of country hops.
Tom Caxton Pilsner Strong Lager
This beer making kit brews a traditional full bodied lager. And by adding the unique hop extract sachet, you’ll give your beer a wonderful aroma of country hops.
Tom Caxton Ex Strong Bitter
Now here’s a rich ‘Winter Warmer’, strong, smooth and malty. Just the tipple to encourage lively conversation and keep the long winter nights at bay.
Tom Caxton Dark Real Ale
When you feel like a glass or two of rich, warming and satisfyingly dark ale, pour yourself a pint of Dark Real Ale – for generations a fine partner to a good fire and good company.
Tom Caxton Best Bitter
With this beer making kit you’ll brew a full bodied bitter, dark golden amber in color with a distinctive malt flavor. And by adding the unique hop extract sachet, you’ll give your beer a wonderfu
St Peter’s Honey Porter
Developed by Muntons, tested and approved by the head brewer at the St Peter’s Brewery. Honey Porter is the fifth beer kit in the popular St Peters brewery kit range. This 3kg kit brews 40 pints of
St Peter’s Golden Ale
A highly distinctive light golden ale.
St Peters Ruby Red Ale
A delicious tawny red ale with subtle malt undertones and a distinctive spicy hop aroma
St Peters IPA
A full bodied pale ale with a zesty character
St Peters Cream Stout
An aromatic, strong, dark chocolate cream stout with a satisfying bittersweet aftertaste.
Geordie Winter Warmer
A very smooth, well hopped dark ale with a rich flavour and full head.
Geordie Yorkshire Bitter
This light colored, full bodied ale has a slightly sweet taste and a creamy head.
Geordie Scottish Export
This deep golden, full bodied ale has a rounded taste and distinctive aroma of the great scottish beers.
Geordie Mild
A dark mild with the traditional, fuller northern taste.
Geordie Lager
A light gold and refreshing beer with a tangy continental taste
Geordie Bitter
Is a traditional well-hopped deep amber bitter with a rich nutty flavor that real bitter drinkers love.
Brewmaker Yorkshire Bitter
A smooth-drinking creamy ale, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Victorian Bitter
This full flavored, high gravity bitter makes 40 pints, 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast.
Brewmaker Strong Export Bitter
A full bodied winter warmer, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Scottish Heavy
A taste of the highlands with a smooth rich ale, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Premium Cider
A classic cider and a real taste of the countryside, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Pilsner
A light and refreshing summer drink, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Northumberland Brown
A traditional northen taste with a full bodied dark brown ale, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Lager
A classic light lager, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Irish Velvet Stout
A smooth, velvety stout, makes 40 pints, Approx 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker IPA
A light and hoppy IPA – a real summery delight, makes 40 pints, Approx. 4.8% ABV, Ready in 3 weeks, Just add water, sugar and yeast
Brewmaker Essential Yorkshire
Makes 40 pints of a classic Yorkshire bitter. Sugar required. Ready in 3 weeks, Approx 3.8% ABV.
Brewmaker Essential Mild
Makes 40 pints of a classic mild. Sugar required. Ready in 3 weeks, Approx 3.8% ABV.
Brewmaker Essential Lager
Makes 40 pints of a classic lager. Sugar required. Ready in 3 weeks, Approx 3.8% ABV.
Brewmaker Essential Bitter
Makes 40 pints of a classic bitter. Sugar required. Ready in 3 weeks, Approx 3.8% ABV.
Winter Warmer Ale
A strong, mellow ale balanced with choice aromatic and bittering hops. “I’m sitting here sipping at a fantastic pint of Muntons Winter Warmer, really enjoying it and thinking what a master brew
Smugglers Special Ale
A true premium ale with a heady balance of aromatic hops and malty sweetness but beware, drink with care, as one glass begs another! With this kit we’ve done the hard work for you so you can make
Old Conkerwood Black Ale
With a colour reminiscent of Autumn Conkers, this distinctive ‘black ale’ has a rich malty flavour balanced with a subtle dry bitterness. With this kit we’ve done the hard work for you so you
Oaked Ale
Rich and mellow with a wondeful ‘oaked’ character to recreate the taste of ales stored and served from aged oak casks. With this kit we’ve done the hard work for you so you can make delicious
Midas Touch Golden Ale
With a stunning golden colour and zingy, hoppy flavour, this is a delicious example of a true ‘summer ale’ – easy on the palate yet satisfying to the full. With this kit we’ve done the hard
Belgian Style Ale
A strong, vibrant ale, double fermented using a true Belgian ‘Saison’ yeast to really develop the intense notes. With this kit we’ve done the hard work for you so you can make delicious world
American Style IPA
Wonderful floral and citrus hop notes sing on the palate, balanced by a warm, sweet malt finish. With this kit we’ve done the hard work for you so you can make delicious world class beers without
Old Ale
Rich and warming with an unmistakable “aged” flavour – this beer should ideally be served in nips. Truly unique, old ale is a rich and warming ale, serve by the nip or store some away for a spec
Canadian Style Ale
Canadian beers are known to have a fuller flavour and more body than beers from across the border – yet are still light and refreshing
Barley Wine
An extra strong beer for the special occasion – drink unchilled to fully appreciate its rich body and flavour. Not a wine but named for its strength, this extra strong beer is perfect for special oc
American Style Light Beer
A gentle, delicate, very light lager subtly flavoured to be as refreshing as possible – serve ice cold
Scottish Style Heavy Ale
Full bodied satisfyingly dark with good hoppy overtones. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Mexican Cerveza
A gentle, delicate light lager subtly flavoured, refreshing to the full – serve chilled with a slice of lime.
Midland Mild Ale
A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Premium Pilsner
Light and delicate, this pilsner is a great thirst quencher. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Premium Lager
Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Irish Style Stout
Very dark and very hoppy, a rich beer of great character – serve chilled. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Best Bitter
Classic English pub bitter -well balanced and full of taste. England’s favourite beer. OG 1036° to 1040°.
IPA
In the tradition of great IPA’s, this is a hoppy yet light beer tailored to suit the modern palate. OG 1036 – 1040
Mexican Cerveza
A gentle, delicate light lager subtly flavoured, refreshing to the full.
Premium Red Ale
Rich and warming with an unmistakable “aged” flavour – this beer should ideally be served in nips. OG 1060° to 1064°.
Premium Pilsner
Light and delicate, this pilsner is a great thirst quencher. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Dry Lager
Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Blonde Beer
Reminiscent of the slightly hoppier lager style beers popular throughout Canada. OG 1036° to 1040°.
American Style Light Beer
A gentle delicate light lager, subtly flavoured yet refreshing to the full. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Pale Ale
A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Brown Ale
Full bodied satisfyingly dark with good hoppy overtones. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Canadian Style Ale
A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Premium Lager
Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Premium Bitter
Classic English pub bitter -well balanced and full of taste. England’s favourite beer. OG 1036° to 1040°.
Imperial Stout
As Imperial Russia extended its territories into the Baltic States during the early 1780′s, Catherine the Great, Empress of all the Russians fell in love with strong British Stout. Imperial Stout ca
Docklands Porter
At the end of the 19th century a beer was brewed especially for the dockyard workers of the bustling Port of London. Docklands Porter was named after these strong men, who unloaded the cargoes of sail
Highland Heavy Ale
In the Highlands of Scotland, centuries ago, small breweries began producing rich, dark, hoppy ales know locally as “Heavy”. In addition “Light” beers were also brewed, known south of the bord
Old English Bitter
This fine Old English beer, rekindles the full bodied, rich ales of Victorian Britain. Enjoyed best when served at cellar temperature -13 °C, 56°F. In keeping with this tradition, you can now recrea
India Pale Ale
Keeping the British troops supplied with fresh beer out in the British East Indies proved to be a problem during the 19th Century. The lengthy journey by sailing ship caused the beers to spoil and a s
Continental Pilsner
Continental Pilsner embodies the full character of European lager style beers – light and delicate, yet richly satisfying. This beer preserves the delicate balance of natural hop bitterness with the
Export Pilsner
Originating from Bohemia. This is a full-bodied lager for the more discerning palate. At its best when served chilled. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Continental Lager
This is a light amber hoppy lager modelled on the full-bodied beer available across mainland Europe. Serve chilled to appreciate its rich character. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Yorkshire Bitter
Yorkshire Bitter -Typical of the smooth, easy-drinking beers of the Yorkshire region of North East England. Drink with care – one glass begs another. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Traditional Bitter
Traditional Bitter -The classic English ale, well hopped with a rich malty flavour – a drink to be savoured. Best enjoyed at cellar temperature. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Export Stout
Export Stout -Strong and full of body, serve chilled to appreciate this very dark, very hoppy stout. You don’t have to be a genius to enjoy this beer. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Nut Brown Ale
Nut Brown Ale -Dark and smooth, a brown ale with a slightly “nutty” character. To really enjoy this ale serve at cellar temperature.OG 1040° to 1044°.
IPA Bitter
IPA Bitter is a light, delicately balanced beer. Originally brewed for consumption in India, it is an ideal thirst-quencher. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Bock Beer
A dark lager popularised in the Bavarian region of Germany. This beer has all of the character of lager with the body of a dark beer. Serve ice-cold. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Wheat Beer
Made from a careful balance of wheat and barley malt, this is a crisp refreshing, distinctive beer. To enjoy at its prime, serve chilled with a squeeze of lemon or lime. OG 1040° to 1044°.
Pilsner
A light, refreshing, thirst-quenching beer popularised in warm climates. This is the lightest beer in the Connoisseurs range. Serve chilled OG 1040° to 1044°.

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