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Brewing your own quality beer at home has never been easier with our homebrew beer kits. We supply a huge range of homebrew beer kits covering most of the world’s major beer styles and are both fun and rewarding to brew.

They are highly recommended for those wanting to get a bit more involved in the brewing process without having to spend lots of money on equipment or home brewing “failures”.

We provide beer kits from the following recommended brands:

Muntons Beer Kits

Black Rock Beer Kits

Brewbuddy Beer Kits

Brewferm Beer Kits

Brewmaker Beer Kits

Brupaks Beer Kits

Bulldog Beer Kits

Coopers Beer Kits

Festival Ale Beer Kits

Geordie Beer Kits

John Bull Beer Kits

Milestone Beer Kits

St. Peters Beer Kits

Tom Caxton Beer Kits

Tooheys Beer Kits

Woodfordes Beer Kits

Youngs Beer Kits

Or why not try our very own range of Brewing at Home Beer Kits.

 

 

We had Beer mash course here in Feb by G kingham , 10 people came and on the day feed back was positive .please add your comments in this blog, also if you would like to come to a beer course on wine and beer making from kits, spirits making ,full beer mash, or come to our evening pairing foods with beers, please blog me .

new dates will advertise here and web page .

thank you

Jeff

 

The following are some more helpful guidelines for choosing the right beer for a particular meal Pale ales with a high hop content pair perfectly with full-fat cheeses or other rich, fatty foods. Brown ale complements most fish or chicken dishes. High alcohol content, sweet-flavoured, malty beers go well with spicy hot foods or even sushi. In general, sweet desserts cry out for an even sweeter beer. Rich chocolate or coffee flavoured desserts can cope with an oatmeal stout’s deep chocolaty flavour. Robust British real ales bring out the best in most red meat dishes. Irish stout is the traditional accompaniment for oysters and complements a surprisingly wide range of seafood recipes. Oriental style lagers or traditional brown ales are fantastic with Thai cuisine. Food Beers Vegetable Soup Pale bitters, Porter, Brown ale, Pale ale, Pilsner lager, Vienna-style lager Meaty Soup Maltly Ales Shellfish Stouts, Porters, Belgian wheat beers Fish German lagers, light bitters, Belgian wheat beers, Dry porter, oatmeal stout, best bitter, German Pilsner Pâté Milds, Strong dark lagers Quiches & Soufflés Light bitters Beef Full-bodied bitters, Fruity ale, Indian pale ale, British brown ale, Porter, Bock Pork Pilsners, Bavarian wheat beers, strong dark lagers Lamb Spicy malty ales, dark lagers Chicken Lagers, wheat beers Turkey Malty ales Duck Kriek Game Malty ales, Trappist ales Sausages Full-bodied bitters, dark lagers, Bavarian wheat beers, German Weizen, Oktoberfest, German Rauchbier Meat Pies Full-bodied bitters Barbecue Smoked beers, dark lagers Oriental Wheat beers, ginger & spiced beers Curries & Mexican Strong IPAs, premium lagers, Vienna-style lager, Hoppy Pilsner, golden ale, wheat beer Salads Floral-hopped bitters, nutty, malty ales, wheat beers, Pilsner, Belgian Witbier, amber ale Pizza & Pasta Malty lagers, Vienna-style lager, hoppy American pale ale, Lambic beer Ploughmans Hoppy, fruity bitters Egg Dishes German weissbier, Belgian witbier, oatmeal stout, wheat beer Mild Cheese Light bitters Medium Cheese Full-bodied ales Mature & Blue Cheese Trappist ales, old ales, barley wines Chocolate & Coffee Porters, stouts, Belgian fruit beers Red Berries Porters Apple & Banana Bavarian wheat beers Creamy Stouts Spiced Bavarian wheat beers

Kindly reproduced with permission of Graham Kingham of the Craft Brewing Association