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Muntons Connoisseurs Range Beer Kits

1.8 kg home brew kits from Muntons. For a long time these were the best homebrew kits you could buy.

They're still the best of the 1.8 kg kits and are very good kits in the price range! 

 

Go on, try one today! We've made the lot. The wheat is a bit good.

These have a bit of a resurgence in popularity. While some of the more old school home brew has declined these have increased in sales- They must have something right

 

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Muntons Connoisseurs Range Traditional Bitter 1.8kg 40 Pints

Traditional Bitter -  40 pints of good ale, malty and full of taste. A darker bitter with a good deep coppery colour OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Stout 1.8kg 40 Pints

Export Stout - Strong and full of body, best cool like the commercial hopped stouts. You don't have to be a genius to enjoy this beer. Genius... it's like Guinness, oh you already got that? I'll shut up then!  OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Nut Brown 1.8kg 40 pints

Nut Brown Ale -  Nut brown is so Northern it has it's own flat cap.. Nut brown ale with a gorgeous full taste. Eee remember Ena Sharples and Minnie used to drink it in the sung of the Rovers! There's still a few pubs with snugs in Stockport, The Ardern Arms is one, you have to walk through the bar to get to it!  .OG 1040° to 1044°.

Munton Connoisseurs Range Yorkshire Bitter 1.8Kg 40 Pints

A bit of the Tetley bitter about it, flat cap and whippet not compulsory !

 og 1040 to 44

Muntons Connoisseurs Range IPA Bitter 1.8kg 40 Pints

IPA Bitter - Stands for India pale ale! With the recent trend for light hoppy beers IPA has come back and sales are increasing. OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Continental Lager 1.8kg 40 Pints

 Continental Lager -  . OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Pilsner 1.8kg 40 Pints

Pilsner - Serve chilled OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Export Pilsner 1.8kg 40 pints

Export Pilsner - Originating from Bohemia. This is a full-bodied lager for the more discerning palate. At its best when served chilled. OG 1040° to 1044°.

Muntons Connoisseurs Range Wheat 1.8kg 40 Pints

Wheat Beer -   OG 1040° to 1044°.

Instructions on Making Home brew beer kits! Courtesy of Muntons- Thanks Guys!

 
Simple Instructions    
 
Step 1 1. Clean and sterilise all equipment. Remove label and stand can in hot water for 5 minutes. Pour the can contents into the sterilised fermenter. Add sugar or spray dried malt extract. Step 2 2. Add 3.5 litres (6 UK pints) boiling water, top up with cold water to 23 litres (5 UK gallons, 6 US gallons). Thoroughly mix to make sure all the contents are fully dissolved.

 

 

           
  Step 3   3. Stir in the yeast, cover the fermenter and leave to stand for 4-6 days in a warm place (between 18-20 C, 65-70 F). Fermentation will be finished when the bubbles cease to rise (if you have a hydrometer, when the gravity remains constant below 1008°).   Step 4   4. Transfer the beer into bottles or pressure barrel with a little sugar (1/2 teaspoonful per pint. 85 grams (3 ozs) per pressure barrel) which will condition the beer. Stand bottles or barrel in a warm place for 2 days then leave for 14 days in a cool place or until the beer is clear.
  Alternative recipes and detailed instructions are enclosed under the cap with yeast packet.