Home Brew Real Ale Kits
Real ale is more than just a beer to some people, it's
a passion. If you've got the bug for drinking real ale
then why not extend that interest and start brewing your
own real ale?
We have all kinds of home brew real ale kits for you
to try from respected brewers with names like Brupaks,
Muntons, Sherwoods and Woodfordes. Give it a go you can
impress yourself as well as your friends!
- Brupaks Colne Valley
Bitter - A connoisseurs bitter with a distinctive hop character.
Serves with a nice head on it.
- Brupaks Linthwaite
Light - A refreshing home brew kit that produces a beer
with a delightful hop bouquet.
- Brupaks Almondbury
Old - A delectable rich tawny ale, with a subtle malt character
and heavily hopped.
- Brupaks Kirkburton
Ale - A deep gold, strong beer that has a delicate hop flavour
and is soft on the palate.
- Brupaks Black
Moor Stout - Traditional Irish stout. It has a distinctive
character, that of roasted barley.
- Brupaks Fixby Gold
- A light refreshing summer ale that has a fine hop characteristic.
Santas Winter Warmer
- This festive beer will bring a warm
glow to you and all your friends that drink it (if you're
prepared to share it with them).
- Muntons Old
Conkerwood - It has a distinctive black colour along with
an aromatic, hoppy character. Not quite stout, for those that like something a litlle lighter.
Old English Bitter - Quality beer combining choice hops
along with premium brewing malt. Fine brewing in the centuries
- Muntons IPA Gold
- Brew your own IPA like the British troops in India used to
- Muntons Imperial Stout
- Black in colour, rich, full bodied and with a distinctive
Traditional Ale - Dark and a well hopped bitter, in the
English tradition. Full bodied along with a dark malt character.
Great Eastern - Highly acclaimed as being the benchmark
for the new type of straw coloured world-wide beers.
Nelsons Revenge - Sultana fruitiness that's balanced by
a hoppy bitterness, giving it a full, but light feel.
- Woodfordes Norfolk
Nog - A reddish homebrew beer that has an initial explosion
of roast malt bitterness.