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A fruity, sweet malt nose with a hoppy edge that is also present on the palate and in the aftertaste. Mellow peachy/orange notes give way to a lingering dry, bitter aftertaste.

All the ingredients required to make the Fuller London Pride recipe.

13g Target Hops

7g Challenger

7g Northdown

19g East Kent Goldings

370 g Crystal Malt

2.5kg Light dried malt extract

Choice of Yeast

This recipe pack will give you approx 22 litres of 4.1% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.

Recipe adapted with permission from original recipe in Grahams Wheelers Brew Your Own British Ale.

This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 10 litres) and boiling of the liquid.

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A fruity, sweet malt nose with a hoppy edge that is also present on the palate and in the aftertaste. Mellow peachy/orange notes give way to a lingering dry, bitter aftertaste. All the ingredients required to make the Fuller London Pride recipe. Target , Challenger, Northdown and East Kent Goldings Hops. Crystal Malt 2.5kg Light dried malt extract Choice of Yeast This recipe pack will give you approx 22 litres of 4.1% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. Please note this is a clone version of the recipe which we deem to be a close representation of the actual product but this is not an endorsed recipe supplied from the commercial brewer.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

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  • Rating
    Great
    Review by Benon 16/05/2017
    I have moved up to these kits from single and double kits and I have to say I am impressed.
    Yes its a bit more involved but hardly rocket science and if you follow the instructions and keep stuff clean you can fail.
    Like all home brew the biggest challenge is not drinking it before it is ready but this is one of those that gets much better with age.

    I have previously made a few of the others TT Landlord being one, this is as good as any and the fact my brewing technique is improving adds that extra edge.
  • Rating
    Great place to start
    Review by Baggyon 15/03/2017
    First attempt at extract brewing after doing several kits. Really simple to use and a great introduction to extract brewing. Produced a lovely clear and well rounded brew. Very happy and will be order more extract kits in the future.
  • Rating
    Gets better every time!
    Review by Paulon 04/09/2016
    For my last batch of this I added a little chrysalis malt and some Bavarian mandarin hops as dry addition and this batch was outstanding! I'm a firm favourite of the kit as it is and now just play around with it in a quest to get the illusive orange hit that is present in a good cask drawn pint. This has got to be one of my best ever batches.
  • Rating
    simple to make beer
    Review by Rosson 01/08/2016
    This was my first beer making kit. The ferment took about 4 weeks and left for conditioning for 2 weeks. The beer tastes great and the kit is easy to use.
  • Rating
    Third batch, great success
    Review by Willon 31/05/2016
    I really liked this brew when first brewed this as my first extract brew. Having made loads of mistakes and drinking the consequences, I now have a temp controlled fridge and can brew year round. I can honestly say the fridge has been the best investment you can make as you can brew craft ale quality at home. Secondly, patience, leave the yeast to finish up, as they say a lazy brewer is a good brewer! Cleared well and good to drink in 4 weeks, outstanding at 8 weeks.
  • Rating
    Great Tasting Beer
    Review by Jameson 01/04/2016
    After four weeks conditioning, this beer tastes better than from the can. I bottled four pints & found the beer a bit too gassy - Maybe used too much spray malt?
    Definitely needs more than two weeks to clear properly, but when it's ready it comes with a great head & is really smooth.
    Can't wait to see what ESB comes out like!
  • Rating
    Better than the canned version!
    Review by Jameson 01/04/2016
    My first extract attempt after starting with Woodford Wherry. The beer is smooth with a very good head & with just a slightly citrus note. Needs more than two weeks to clear properly, but is excellent after four weeks. I bottled four pints in order to compare with pressure barrel & found the bottled beer a bit too gassy - Maybe used too much spray malt in each bottle.
    Now waiting for ESB to condition in four weeks time!
  • Rating
    Still very close to the real thing!
    Review by Paulon 24/01/2016
    Still just missing a small amount of the orangey hop element. I actually added half a jar of old english marmalade to help which gave just a hint in the aftertaste but didn't have the depth of orange flavour in the real thing. The aroma was nt as intense either but still a very good pint! Maybe a variation on the hops will help this for the next batch......:-)
  • Rating
    Good introduction to extract brewing
    Review by Matton 22/01/2016
    My first attempt at home brewing was the Woodeford's Wherry extract kit, which was very easy to do and a nice tasting beer. For my second brew I wanted to push myself a bit more and get to grips with boiling a wort and understanding hop additions etc. This ingredient pack was perfect for that.

    Its a pretty straight forwards recipe with some steeping grain and only a few hop additions. My other reason for wanting to move to extract brewing over kits was that this brew was to be consumed by the family over Christmas so I wanted something with a little more flavour and freshness than I got from the kit. I got exactly what I wanted! After only a month in bottles a crate of this was happily consumed over the Christmas break with plenty of compliments on the taste and quality. I'd definitely use this recipe pack again, especially if I was looking for a reliable beer that suits most people's taste.
  • Rating
    Great full bodied ale!
    Review by Willon 09/08/2015
    This was my first ever extract brew and I was really pleased with the results! I have since done four other different batches and this is the second best! My tip would be to follow the recipe to the letter, don't treat the grain like a tea bag and leave it in the bottle as long as you can... I managed to keep a couple of bottles and they are now really good after three months!
  • Rating
    Close to the real one!
    Review by Cliffyon 29/06/2015
    This was my first extract brew and has come out close to the real thing. I can tell the difference but it is pretty darn close.

    Enjoyable pint that was easy to make thanks to the great instructions from BrewUK.

    Recommended if you like Pride. But perhaps don't go for the cheapest yeast.
  • Rating
    Almost the real thing!
    Review by Paulon 15/06/2015
    This kit is easy to do and results in a cracking good pint. I may vary choice of yeast next time, I used Safale dried for this one (often find the extra cost of the liquid yeasts is worth it but didn,t use it this time). In a comparison tasting to the bottled "real thing" this was pretty close, however I think it lacked that slightly marmalade element so often present in the hand pulled original. Maybe a different yeast will help that. Not quite up to the standard of the ESB kit but I will definitely do again though.
  • Rating
    Spot on
    Review by RobGon 28/02/2015
    2nd extract brew and it's gone well. Followed Brew UK's instructions except used sparging bag for grains and dry hopped for 10 days before bottling. Tasted great straight outa FV and really looking forward to a few weeks of conditioning in bottle. My Hop Head Pal reckons he can hardly tell the difference between it and the real thing and is also looking to help me consume (yeah right). If you're a LP lover try this, you won't be let down
  • Rating
    Cracking Pint
    Review by CupraSteveon 13/05/2014
    I have to say after 8-9 weeks in the barrel this is a great pint. I had a bottle of LP to compare and the aroma was very close and the taste of mine a little more malt but very close. I went with the WPLoo2 yeast, made my starter and off it went. After 14 days in FV it cleared beautifully. Kit and instructions were easy to follow and usual fast delivery. For a cracking pint brew this!
  • Rating
    My first even extract brew
    Review by Craigon 20/11/2013
    This was the first extract brew I ever created. I had fun brewing it, the instructions were mostly clear and the process of brewing was much more rewarding than the simple tinned kits.

    From the instructions I was unsure if I should prime the beer when bottling/barreling. As this was my first extract kit I didn't want to get it wrong. The forum here is a great place for help and I found the answer I was looking for. You should prime as you would with any kit.

    The final product was quite close to the original in all aspects (colour, smell and taste). The extract brewing process is certainly a step up from tinned kits but is well worth the extra effort.

    I have since bought another two extract kits and I will review them once the beer has matured. So far the signs look very promising.
  • Rating
    Very nice brew, and not a bad replica of London Pride
    Review by Ianon 31/10/2013
    This is my second time of brewing from this recipe pack. I went for the better yeast this time. The fermentation was completed pretty much as planned and I have now transferred it to a keg. I don't plan on drinking it until Xmas so cannot comment (yet) on the flavour.
  • Rating
    I hope this si my fault
    Review by Jamthesunon 15/10/2013
    I'm rating this purely on my own experience so far.

    This was the first extract brew I did and I did have issues - mainly around the extract itself - I ended going into hard lumps and was a pain to get dissolved. I did succeed in the end and the fermentation went well. It was bottled and left for about 3 weeks before the first sample. Disappointingly it tasted nothing like Pride. I waited a few more weeks. Still tastes nothing like Pride. No 3 months later it still tastes nothing like pride. It's not bad but it is pretty unremarkable.

    I am quite prepared to believe it's my fault and I will try again because I do really want it to be like the original.
  • Rating
    Great tasting beer
    Review by eezygeezeron 25/07/2013
    Easy to brew with the pre-weighed ingredients and simple recipe. Wish I'd read Ron's review above before brewing as I dry hopped in a bag and it was a little under hopped. Nevertheless, great taste, colour and clarity and went down very well with my mates! Would definitely brew this again.
  • Rating
    Amazing taste
    Review by paulon 07/07/2013
    Just brewed my third batch and again I am so impressed by the taste , it's so close to London pride I don't think I could taste the difference.
    Well pleased !
  • Rating
    Great result
    Review by Beer headon 04/02/2013
    My first attempt at extract brewing, what a result! Now six weeks old and every bottle a pleasure. I will without doubt be making it again. If you haven't brewed from extract recipe pack before try this you won't be dissapointed. Just ordered Way to Amarillo and Summer ale, will update in due course. Cheers.
  • Rating
    Best Yet
    Review by SpillManon 12/11/2012
    I don't know how to put into words what this tasted like, put it this way, this is the first time I've felt compelled to write a review. The taste was awesome, definitely my best yet. I did kit brewing for 2 years then extract brewing for the last year and this supersedes everything. I've done Timmy Taylor, Thunderbolt, Way to Amarillo and Spiced Honey.
  • Rating
    Awesome kit
    Review by TheDoctoron 10/11/2012
    Brewed this kit for bottles back in early September.

    The beer has had nealry 10 weeks in the bottle now and the taste is brilliant.
    A long term pride drinker, I can't believe the quality of this stuff.

    If you are looking for a homebrew pint that can outshine pub beers, you won't be dissapointed with this.

    If I could I'd give it a sixth star :-)
  • Rating
    What a lovely Pint
    Review by Ronon 15/10/2012
    This is the second time I've done this extract, the first time I used a muslin bag to dry hop and although it was very good it wasn't as close to the real thing as it was this time when I just threw the hops in on top of the wort after 3 days days fermenting, I also strained the grains after steeping instead of scooping them out this time, I used the wyeast ESB and the taste and colour is so close to the real thing it's hard to believe I've brewed this myself, huge thanks BrewUK