St Peters Cream Stout 36PT

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St Peters Cream Stout 36PT

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

This new 3kg beer kit brews 36 pints of an aromatic, strong, dark chocolate creamy stout which has been developed by Muntons, tested and approved by the head brewer at the St Peter’s Brewery. This is the fourth kit in the popular St Peters brewery kit range.

St Peter’s cream stout is made using the finest UK malt and hops allowing the homebrewer to recreate this brewery style beer in their home. This 36 pint kit brews a creamy chocolate stout with a final strength of about 5 % ABV.

The commercial version of this beer was a Silver Medal winner in the International Beer Competition 2009 and Australian International Beer Challenge 2010 / 50 Best Beers 2006 – serious accolades.

This latest 3kg twin canned boxed beer kit brings the range up to four, complimenting the existing Ruby Red ale, Golden 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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BrewUK are pleased to announce the addition of the St Peter’s Cream Stout to its brewery kit range. This new 3kg beer kit brews 36 pints of an aromatic, strong, dark chocolate creamy stout which has been developed by Muntons, tested and approved by the head brewer at the St Peter’s Brewery. This is the fourth kit in the popular St Peters brewery kit range. St Peter’s cream stout is made using the finest UK malt and hops allowing the homebrewer to recreate this brewery style beer in their home. This 36 pint kit brews a creamy chocolate stout with a final strength of about 5 % ABV. The commercial version of this beer was a Silver Medal winner in the International Beer Competition 2009 and Australian International Beer Challenge 2010 / 50 Best Beers 2006 – serious accolades. This latest 3kg twin canned boxed beer kit brings the range up to four, complimenting the existing Ruby Red ale, Golden 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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    Christmas stout for cakes and puddings 2016.
    Review by Allenon 09/03/2017
    I don't generally go much on stout but my wife talked me into doing this brew for her Christmas cooking ingredient for cakes and puddings, started the brew off in August 2016 with the intention of bottling up and leaving for her to use in November, tested a bottle or two in October , not bad good flavour but a bit thin. Used six bottles for cakes etc in November, wife very happy with the outcome. Left the rest out in my workshop and forgot all about it, two weeks ago, February 2017 decided I better see if it was still alright, what a difference it has now built up some body and a very distinct caramel flavour and is something that you can sit and enjoy of an evening, but be careful it has also gained in strength as my wife will testify.
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    A Stout hearted kit
    Review by Paulon 12/05/2016
    I'm usually not much into tinned kits, being a firm convert to extract brewing but this is around 3 weeks bottled and is already promising to be a really nice stout. Fermentation was pretty quick but I left it to sit on the lees for an extra 5 days or so after correct FG was reached. Great body and rich flavours, not one to be drinking loads of but very nice.....
    I'll try to keep my mitts off it for another couple of weeks before tucking in properly.
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    Another positive review
    Review by DickBowyeron 09/04/2016
    Like Phil, barrelled after 10 days and left to condition with extra 100g sugar. Once conditioned, lovely guinness like head, heavy beer with dark chocolate flavours ideal for winter evenings. Both my boys very impressed. Great beer kit.
  • Rating
    Lovely Pint
    Review by Philon 29/10/2015
    This is so far my favourite beer.
    Brewed in 10 days then barrelled. Started drinking after a further 2 weeks. It is a heavy beer so not a session beer.
    Full of flavour and dark in colour, better than any stout I've tried. It's that good I've nearly finished the barrel and already ordered another pack. It you like Guinness type beer you won't be disappointed.

  • Rating
    Thoroughly recommend
    Review by SimonFon 06/05/2015
    This type of stuff is why I wanted to start homebrew. A creamy head served from a pressure barrel. It was drunk far too fast though! Great flavour.
  • Rating
    Excellent stout
    Review by Roryon 27/02/2014
    Lovely brew just tasting my first brew of this ..really good. Recommended
  • Rating
    Worth waiting for
    Review by Nickon 23/02/2014
    I bought this in October thinking it would be a nice winter brew, and left it in the barrel until January. A bit disappointing: not lively and unsophisticated in flavour. Come mid Feb' however, and it's a joy! Much more life to it and a rich chocolaty flavour. I keep it outside after the first four weeks in the warmish cellar, which may be why it was slow to reach good drinking. Worth a try I'd say, but a sipper not a glugger.