From Clive at Brupaks, he's a man who loves his beer and it shows in these kits.
We love them too. We think they're some of the best homebrew kits we make!
An excellent session beer! Birkby is just south of Fixby. If you needed to know.
Nice and copper coloured, almost a ruby ale, bit more fruity than the standard ales.
A rich tawny bitter. Full flavoured and rich. Just imagine sitting in a pub in the Yorkshire Dales drinking the beer you dream about.
Popular with the younger drinkers who come in the shop!
We brewed this and were surprised at the complexity of flavours. It's strong! So beware..
Rich and malty and 7%!
A pale light coloured beer, not too bitter.
Lager like in colour and reminds me of the old John Willie Lees lager!
Dark porter style beer. Slightly sweeter than the famous one but we think it's the better for it.
Clive says it's assertive, we're not sure what that means but we didn't want to argue with it.
It's very hard to get a really good mild now. Eeee, when I were a lad we all drank it...
This one is full bodied and lightly hopped, much like the old milds! It reminds me of those luscious milds and it's a treat.
A classic lager. Not overhopped as some kit lagers are.
Like some of the draught beers you get in Germany.
Very drinkable wheat beer, with those slight banana overtones you get in the commercial wheat beers.
We had to look at the map to see where Fixby was. We think no one lives there.
The beers real though and is a gorgeous gold ale with keen hop flavour.
A firm favourite in the shop
The trend in pubs seems to be for the well hopped light beers with a full hopped flavour.
We love them, this ones in the same style. We love this too!
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