Master Pint Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kits

A good range of beer kits from Master Pint

All require the addition of a Kg of sugar. Excellent quality at a budget price, we see these becoming the best selling budget kits

Master Pint from Hambleton Bard, a range of lovely beers, packed in pouches which saves on cost and allows them to be produced a good price but still be top quality
!
Bitters and Ales

Master Pint Bitter Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kit 40 Pints

5% Alcohol, A micro brewery style bitter from Master Pint

1.6Kg of malt requires the addition of 1kg of sugar

A medium coloured beer, a bit darker than blonde for the technical minded it's 35-40 EBC.

Gives it a light copper colour, a slight caramel roast malt flavour with a medium bitterness.

Like all the MasterBrew beers it uses a speciality ale yeast for a clean palate and a good microbrewery taste

Packed in pouches to save the planet and the price, but keep the quality !

Lager, Cervesa, Blondes and Bocks

Master Pint Lager Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kit 40 Pints

5% of a good domestic lager from Master Pint

1.6Kg of malt requires the addition of 1kg of sugar

The palest of the lagers, light straw colourerd lager. Not too bitter, the malty tastes predominate giving that

gorgeous blonde lager where the grain takes over from the hops.

For the technical... Colour 8 EBC Bitterness 25 EBC

Lager, Cervesa, Blondes and Bocks

Master Pint Czech Pilsner Bitter Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kit

From Master Pint, a true Czech Pils. Pale but properly bitter, almost an ale but still living in lager country!

40 Pints at 5%

1.6Kg of malt requires the addition of 1kg of sugar

The true Czech Pils were almost water coloured, this ones a bit darker a sort of dark straw with a generous belt of hops. Not a bitter, still a lager but a lager with attitude!

For the technical ! Colour 10 EBC   Bitterness 37 EBU

 

IPA and American Craft Beers, Pale Ales

Master Pint Pale Ale Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kit

Pale ale, 40 pints of Masterclass ale!

5%

1.6Kg of malt requires the addition of 1kg of sugar

Pale Ale. Pale as a lager but full on bitterness. Pale Ales are often a bit stronger, we'd suggest you up the sugar to 1.5Kg to lift the alcohol to 6%.

The yeast will take it easy enough and it just gives a bit more alcohol, a bit more of what a pale ale is about!

If you fancied a bit more hoppiness on the nose you could add some finishing hops as well!

The technical bit! Colour 15 EBC Bitterness 37 EBU

Colour: 12-16 EBC

Bitter: 35-40 EBU

Lager, Cervesa, Blondes and Bocks

Master Pint Continental Lager Genuine Microbrewery Beer Making Kit 40 Pints

This one's pale and medium bitter, a true lager with a light bitterness, not too bland , with enough of an attack to make it interesting!

5% Forty pints of the golden nectar!

Colour is a nice low 12 EBC wth bitterness a failry low 27  EBC

1.6Kg of malt requires the addition of 1kg of sugar