St Peters IPA  32 pt

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St Peters IPA 32 pt

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BrewUK are pleased to announce the release of a totally new beer kit. Just arrived and in stock now.

This 3.0 kg twin can boxed beer kit is the second in a planned new range of beer kits made in conjunction with the world renowned brewery - St Peters, based in Bungay Suffolk.

Originally produced to quench the thirst of British troops in the 1800’s, IPA was brewed highly- hopped and robust to survive the long voyage to the Indian sub-continent. The result is a full bodied pale ale with a zesty character.

Approx 5.5% ABV

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BrewUK are pleased to announce the release of a totally new beer kit. Just arrived and in stock now. This 3.0 kg twin can boxed beer kit is the second in a planned new range of beer kits made in conjunction with the world renowned brewery - St Peters, based in Bungay Suffolk. Originally produced to quench the thirst of British troops in the 1800’s, IPA was brewed highly- hopped and robust to survive the long voyage to the Indian sub-continent. The result is a full bodied pale ale with a zesty character. Approx 5.5% ABV St. Peter’s Brewery is situated in beautiful unspoiled countryside in north Suffolk close to the historic market town of Bungay. St. Peter’s Hall is the centerpiece of the brewery site and dates from around 1280. In 1539 the East wing was added using materials from the nearby Flixton Nunnery, which was one of a dozen Monastic houses given to Cardinal Wolsey by King Henry VIII to finance the building of a school in Ipswich, Suffolk’s county town Then as today, Suffolk barley was carefully malted to brew beers and that tradition lives on today in the St Peter’s brewery.

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    Didn't rock my world
    Review by edon 08/01/2017
    I could drink it, but then I can drink most things, but I won't buy it again. A little unidimensional for my palate.
  • Rating
    A good kit for a good price
    Review by Meredithon 23/09/2015
    I love the St. Peter's beers for the supermarket and the bottles are great for your own brews so I was keen to try the kits. This is a really reliable and enjoyable beer that gives a very trad IPA. If you're thinking of the big hoppy American IPAs or even some of the more hopped micro brews you get over here these days you will be disappointed, what you will get though is a reasonable dark (for an IPA)!reasonably strong and very drinkable brew that develops well in the bottle. For ease and price this is a great kit but it won't rock your world.
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    St Peters
    Review by Bottle Brushon 03/03/2015
    looking forward to this extract pack in the spring
  • Rating
    Try it you will not be disapointed!
    Review by Paulon 20/03/2014
    Having tried Woodfords Wherry a couple of times I thought I would try something different.
    As all brews easy to make and must leave the beer to condition in a warm room first and then a cool room for a minimum of two weeks each.
    You will find the brew gets better with age much like yourself lol.
    A golden brown beer with an intitial hopy and slight floral taste and finishing with a smooth bitter after taste and very strong!
    The beer clears very quickly and pours very well.
    Think I will keep this one to myself...................
    Enjoy.
  • Rating
    Gone for an Indian
    Review by Alanon 27/09/2013
    My third home brew as a newbie. First one too flat, second one too fizzy - this one spot-on. Two weeks in the bin. Two weeks in bottles. A sensible head that stays to the bottom of the glass. Initial bottles at two weeks still tasted a bit bread-y and the citrus tang was a bit young. Just a week on and the depth of flavour is much smoother and satisfying. Great stuff. Quite strong and a couple of pints in the evening make me nicely fuzzy - what a lightweight! Perhaps a bit mean with three stars but I need somewhere to go. Next up, the Ruby Red...
  • Rating
    Great tasting beer
    Review by Chrison 03/07/2013
    This was my second go at a brew kit. Tried Woodforde's Wherry first but not sure the fermenting completed as it drank ok but tasted a bit "watery". St Peter's IPA was a different kettle of fish (beer?) altogether. Quite a powerful beer with a lovely aftertaste (I added a bit of extra Spraymalt to the bucket - purely as an experiment so don't know how much it affected taste). Alcohol was about 5.something so quite strong and you didn't need much of an evening to get you going.Matured really well in the barrel. Would recommend.
  • Rating
    Brill!
    Review by dewialunon 19/02/2013
    Recently got into IPA (Green king) as it was three for a fiver in Sains. Thought I might try and brew some so had a look around and came across St Peter's.
    Well impressed with it. So much so that I convinced some workmates who were quite skeptical about the results possible with home brewing.They were genuinely shocked by the "authentic" taste and potency . Hadn't let it mature enough really. Two weeks on and its tasting better than ever! Would agree with Chris' comment"This beer cleared to a bright golden colour very quickly and had a light bitter taste."
    Not really a larger man so this brew will be definitely be happening again for refreshment during the blazing hot summer of 1913. We live in hope eh!? No need to with St Peter's though...its a winner in my book!
  • Rating
    Confident of desired results
    Review by Dewi Alunon 24/01/2013
    BREW IS BOTTLE CONDITIONING AT THE MO BUT i COULDN'T RESIST A TASTER . certainly HAS THE DESIRED EFFECT AS i KNEW FROM THE BOTTLING PROCESS ITSELF. think ITS GOING TO BE TASTY AS WELL. just the right measure of astringency from the hops. Reckon I'll be doing this one again
  • Rating
    Excellent so far
    Review by Lukeon 09/10/2012
    My first ever brew and all seems to be going well. Ended up leaving in the fermenter for an extra week before bottling. Tried a cheeky one after initial warm conditioning, it was nice and clear and it tastes very professional. Can't wait to see the effect of age.

    Excellent kit with clear instructions which give enough room for a little intuition. Recommend without hesitation.
  • Rating
    professional result.
    Review by thermikeon 25/04/2012
    The resulting beer is so professional! I started drinking it soon after bottling! It wont last long. I was very pleased with the result. Such a nice body and the foam stays there giving such a nice finish.
  • Rating
    Fresh and light
    Review by Chrison 13/02/2012
    I am new to brewing. After two successful brews of the Woodfordes Wherry I wanted a change. I chose St Peters IPA for the summer last year but didn't find time so it ended up being ready for Christmas. This beer cleared to a bright golden colour very quickly and had a light bitter taste. Very pleasant and great for washing down a turkey curry! Like all brews it gets better with age and I left mine for 6 weeks before the barrel emptying process began. I was very pleased with the professional result. A sample of this beer has converted a few friends into "new brewers". I will brew St Peters IPA again for the summer but for now I am trying the St Peters Ruby Red and Golden Ale. If they turn out as well as the St Peters IPA I will be very happy.