3) Bitter, Lager, Mild
Dissolve Ikg (2.21bs) of Brewing sugar into 6 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 5 gallons ( 40 pints ) with cold water.
For a stronger Ale - follow the instructions above but only top up water level to 3.75 gallon ( 30 pints )
Dissolve Ikg (2.21bs) Brewing sugar into 8 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 3.75 gallons ( 30 pints ) with cold water.
Yorlshire Bitter, Scottish Heavy, Pilsner Lager
Dissolve 1.5kg (3.31bs) Brewing sugar into 8 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 5 gallons ( 40 pints ) with cold water.
Be careful not to disturb the sediment at the bottom of the container
Do not exceed the recommended amount of sugar
Caution - Use only bottles with pressure type dosure
Barreling - when using a pressure barrel, add only 20z of sugar to the full 40 pints (5 gallons)
Always sterilise all equipment before use. Youngs Steriliser
In winter, the use of a heater will help to keep an even temperature. We recommend the use of a heater tray or heater belt or an immersion heater stat.
Ensure that the fermentation has finished before bottling. A beer hydrometer is the most accurate guide.
Only use pressure bottles, preferably beer bottles.
When serving your beer, be careful not to disturb the sediment at the bottom ofthe bottle. It may help to pour the beer into a jug before serving.
Your beer will take longer to clear in a pressure barrel. To help clearing you may add a sachet of proprietary beer finings.
Allergy Advice :- May Contain Barley and other Cereals, containing gluten
A strongly hopped traditional bitter with a lingering bitterness.
A good all-round lager. Can be drunk straight after brewing, but improves with maturation. Very light and refreshing
A typically dark stout, highly hopped with a characteristic roasted barley aroma and flavour.
This distinctive Ale is a great alternative to a normal bitter. Higher in alcohol and a little less hoppy.
Typical of the smooth, easy-drinking beers of the Yorkshire region of North East England. Well hopped, with a smooth & refreshing, full bodied flavour.
Refreshing and light. Guaranteed to be a real thirst-quencher.
Strong, dark, rich and malty. Typical tangy Barley Wine.