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BrewUK are pleased to announce the addition of the St Peter’s Golden ale to its brewery kit range.

This 36 pint kit is the latest product to be launched by the development team at Muntons Centre for Excellence using the 1 hectolitre capacity micro brewing facility. This kit is designed to emulate the commercial beer and brews a rich strong ale at approximately 4.7% ABV.

The new St Peter’s Golden ale is a highly distinctive light golden ale with a fresh and delicate taste, ideal for those long balmy summer evenings that cannot be too far away!

This latest 3kg twin canned boxed beer kit brings the range up to three, complimenting the existing Ruby Red ale and IPA. It has been developed in collaboration with the Suffolk based brewery. The St Peter’s Brewery Company is based at St Peter, South Elmham, near Bungay in Suffolk. The brewery itself was built in 1996 is housed in an attractive range of traditional former agricultural buildings adjacent to St. Peter’s Hall.


BrewUK are pleased to announce the addition of the St Peter’s Golden ale to its brewery kit range.

This 36 pint kit is the latest product to be launched by the development team at Muntons Centre for Excellence using the 1 hectolitre capacity micro brewing facility. This kit is designed to emulate the commercial beer and brews a rich strong ale at approximately 4.7% ABV.

The new St Peter’s Golden ale is a highly distinctive light golden ale with a fresh and delicate taste, ideal for those long balmy summer evenings that cannot be too far away!

This latest 3kg twin canned boxed beer kit brings the range up to three, complimenting the existing Ruby Red ale and IPA. It has been developed in collaboration with the Suffolk based brewery. The St Peter’s Brewery Company is based at St Peter, South Elmham, near Bungay in Suffolk. The brewery itself was built in 1996 is housed in an attractive range of traditional former agricultural buildings adjacent to St. Peter’s Hall.



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  1. Too lively but deserves Gold medal Review by BigAl
    Rating

    I'm new to brewing and this was only my second ever batch so I've given it just three stars as I've little to compare it with. It tasted superb though - light and refreshing with toffee aftertaste and depth of flavour. But it was far too lively and went bananas when I opened the bottle. Head was enormous (like you BrewPhil) and took a good five minutes to pour before I could get near it. After it settled in glass for another 5 mins it tasted great - so I don't think bacteria caused it. Any tips anyone? I fermented for eight days, used half a teaspoon of sugar in each bottle and drank it after between two-four weeks of conditioning. Cheers. (Posted on 05/09/2013)

  2. AMAZEBALLS!!!!! Review by Mule Me Mule
    Rating

    IT TASTED AMAZING!!!!! Really easy to do. A great flavour chilled or room temp - a perfect outdoor summer evening beer.

    We had never done any home brewing before but thought it would be a good idea to time the fermentation so we could take a barrel to the Shamabla Festival. I bought the home brew starter kit which came with this ale. Having only roughly read the instructions and based our brewing theory on "people full of beer make better beer" I was sure this would be a disaster!!!

    Unbelievably it was a great success. The beer lasted only one evening... I will be brewing more and maybe now we know its possible we'll get more serious! "People full of home brew beer make even better beer"! (Posted on 30/08/2013)

  3. Easy as peasy and a very good drink Review by Larry_The_loafer
    Rating

    My first ever brew, and it looks and tastes really good. OK, a bit of sediment in the glass, but nothing that a little more time in the garage won't fix.

    I fermented this in the bathroom, about 6 feet away from a radiator, and i got the 20% fairly constant. I might get a brew belt for next time to make sure.

    But... easy as peasy!! (Posted on 07/03/2013)

  4. Great taste and very drinkable! Review by Vikingkev
    Rating

    Fairly new to brewing this was my 3rd kit following a coopers Aussie lager and a Wherry. Having brewed this at the end of May and bottled early June I have managed somehow to hold onto to about a dozen bottles.

    It is so true what everyone says that your brew gets better with age, even after just 2 weeks in the bottle it tasted good 4 months on, it now tastes superb and gives the highly regarded Wherry a run for its money.

    I can highly recommend this. (Posted on 18/10/2012)

  5. Perfect pint! Review by Jasper
    Rating

    This is was my fifth brew and it came out beautifully. Brewed at quite a cool temp (around 17-18c) and it turned out really well, a lovely hoppy taste with a slightly caramelly after taste. The head forms when poured but disperses in about 2 minutes, just like regular pub ales. I actually took a bottle this one into my local and he honestly couldn't believe I'd brewed this at home.

    Highly recommended - only thing I haven't yet worked out is how to filter out the little bits of dead yeast, the just don't seem to settle on the bottom! Not noticeable when drinking it though. (Posted on 28/09/2012)

  6. Great fresh summer drinker, loved it but it needs some tweeking! Review by brewphil
    Rating

    I really like this beer, great to sit in the garden in the sun , chatting to mates and it slides down pint after pint!
    Im quite new to brewing, did about 3 Woodford Wearys and loved it, thought i would try this out and its on a par for quality.
    Its a bit more expensive as you get less pint for your money and i found that i had a lot of sediment so i lost a bit in racking off and in the bottom of the barel. It was very gassy, i did it in a pressure barrel, i had to pour it very slowly to prevent geting a massive head.That sounds dodgy, sorry.
    I will continue however, as it was such a good beer, next time i might rack it off twice before i let it cask condition to see if this reduces the sediment and reduce the advised amount of sugar for the secondary fermentation. Ready in 3 weeks and and clear crisp golden ale, this is exactly the beer i like to drink! (Posted on 14/06/2012)

  7. bad tasting beer? Review by jakebeerlover
    Rating

    i recently brewed and bottled this beer, after 3 weeks in the bottle i decided to taste it and am very disapointed with it, do you think i should have added all the hop packed or do you think that when it was fermenting i became ill and could not bottle it so stayed in there for 2 weeks, and if this is the case can i do anything to get it back?

    RESPONSE FROM BREWUK - if the beer tastes off or smells bad then its more than likely that bacteria has been introduced either through poor cleaning/sterilising or perhaps from being left in the fermenter for too long. If the beers tastes okay but just a little disappointing then give it more time as it may well improve as it conditions. (Posted on 26/05/2012)

  8. Beautiful Golden Brew Review by Rumplestiltskin
    Rating

    After excellent results with a St Peter's Ruby Red I thought I'd try this one. After brewing for 3 weeks, put this one away and left it for a further 4 weeks in the cool, dark recesses of the garage. It's beautiful golden hue emerged into the sunlight last week and is one of the best i've brewed! (Posted on 24/05/2012)

  9. Good family brew Review by Andrew P
    Rating

    My first brew after 20 year break
    Beautiful beer . My wife and motherinlaw enjoyed it.
    Very respectable taste. Would happily brew again although I will try another for variety. (Posted on 11/02/2012)

  10. Great hoppy flavour. Brews up nicely Review by Llamapup
    Rating

    I used all of the hops packet that came with this beer and it came out great. Nice Amber colour.

    My house may have been a little cold as it took three weeks in the bottle for a really nicely balenced flavour and full head to develop. (Posted on 11/01/2012)

  11. Excellent (and forgiving) Review by Perlogalism
    Rating

    Recently brewed a batch of this for an upcoming party. Unfortunately, I was on autopilot and added too much water, making it up to 40 pints. I shouldn't have worried; the first pint yesterday was wonderful: Full of taste, clear and with the best head I've seen on a pint in years! I'll do this kit again for sure. (Posted on 21/07/2011)


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