Woodfordes Sundew  'Golden Ale' 3kg (40pt)

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Woodfordes Sundew 'Golden Ale' 3kg (40pt)

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A light golden beer with a teasing blend of lager malt flavours and delicately floral hop aromas.

3kg "Real Ale" kits based on recipes from the Woodfordes Broadland Brewery in Norfolk. This brewery has built up an enviable reputation for producing a super range of beers, many of them award winning. All recognised for their impeccable quality & flavour.

One of the most popular all malt ranges, consistently producing great brews.

No additional sugar required.

An ideal session beer - approx 4.3% ABV
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A light golden beer with a teasing blend of lager malt flavours and delicately floral hop aromas. 3kg "Real Ale" kits based on recipes from the Woodfordes Broadland Brewery in Norfolk. This brewery has built up an enviable reputation for producing a super range of beers, many of them award winning. All recognised for their impeccable quality & flavour. One of the most popular all malt ranges, consistently producing great brews. No additional sugar required.

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  • Rating
    Great Tasting Ale
    Review by Neil on 15/02/2017
    Well what can I say, I like it , just as good as the pub at a fraction of the price, tastes great, what more could you want,
  • Rating
    Great Golden Ale
    Review by Neil on 15/02/2017
    Well what can I say, this is a great ale, great smooth taste, I like it, very easy to brew, much cheaper than the pub and great tasting as well,
  • Rating
    A second purchase
    Review by neilon 09/11/2016
    I really liked this kit the 1st time I brewed it. Now I dilute to 20L to concentrate the flavour and make ~5% abv.
  • Rating
    Woodfordes Sundew
    Review by Graham on 07/03/2016
    Had a problem at start as didn't generate any bubbles through airlock but left and after 12 days got a good reading of 1010 so bottled using 3oz of priming sugar nice colour when tried first bottle tasted really good but a little flat so I'm going to leave a few more weeks
  • Rating
    I have not made it yet, but I have enjoyed other Woodfordes beer.
    Review by GRAHAMon 03/03/2016
    After reading other reviews, I have decided to blend it with another woodfordes beer, past experience has taught me that to get the best of your beer is to chill after first fermentation in a sealed plastic container and when it falls clear add Co2 at 10 psig, then store for a month or more before transferring to bottles or other containers for drinking. ENJOY!!.
  • Rating
    A solid summer brew
    Review by Meredithon 23/09/2015
    The woodfordes kits are sooo easy and sooo reliable that you can't go far wrong giving any of them a go. I've only brewed this one a couple of times purely on the basis that there are so many great kits out there to try. This is not a spectacular beer as it's very pale and a little insipid compared to the likes of the festival stag which has more depth for a beer of a similar style however I have scored it the same on the basis of the quality and the sheer ease of drinking, especially chilled on a sunny day. Defo give it a go if you like light pale beers, you'll love it.
  • Rating
    My favourite brew at the moment
    Review by Sir Longworthon 31/10/2013
    I've read some mixed reviews about this brew but it's now become my absolute favourite. I dry hop it with Galaxy which gives it tropical nose - beautiful!
  • Rating
    Not to my taste
    Review by Adamon 24/09/2013
    This was drinkable but not to my taste. I think maybe I brewed to too warm as there was a certain aroma about it that tasted a bit bitter or sour, not the refreshing light taste I associate with a good pale ale.
  • Rating
    Frothing problem
    Review by Peteron 28/04/2013
    Made this a few months ago but maybe due to inexperience it frothed like mad from the barrel but the beer itself was flat. Making a new batch now so I'll see if I get it right this time, as I'd like something lighter for Summer
  • Rating
    I tweaked this and it's amazing
    Review by Ronon 07/03/2013
    I have brewed this a few times now, if this is brewed to 21L (36 pints) and some cascade hops added to it this is transformed from what is already good but to amazing hoppy refreshing light ale, if your a lager drinker I believe this could convert you, I have dry hopped and I have soaked the hops in 80c water for 30 mins before adding the water to the beer and they both have excellent results, the instructions were from the shop's forum in FAQ section, perfect for a new brewer that wants to improve a standard kit, cheers brewuk.
  • Rating
    woodfords sun dew
    Review by henryon 03/12/2012
    not tried this before ..but i did.another brilliant woodfords brew
  • Rating
    will make a little stronger next time
    Review by Mileson 20/09/2012
    Brewed and conditioned in my Woodfordes starter kit and is a very pleasant summer quaffing beer. Next time however I will use slightly less water as I was left wit a few pints over that wouldn't fit in the barrel and a little stronger would've been desirable. All in all a lovely beer and everybody who has tried it has loved it (even the wife)!!
  • Rating
    First timer.
    Review by Raymondon 10/09/2012
    This is the first time I have tried a beer kit, normally make the wine kits. Since I live in a hard water area I used bottled water just in case. The results were superb. 40 pints of an excellent beer comparable to the beers on offer at beer festivals. A nice light beer with a good flavour, very drinkable.
  • Rating
    My 1st brew
    Review by Ronon 15/08/2012
    This was my first attempt at home brew and I wanted something nice and light to try and this was lovely, it was too easy to drink, I thought 40 pints would have lasted a little longer, it could have been stronger in taste so next time I'll make it with 21lts instead of 23lts, wish I had realised how easy home brew is years ago, I bought the woodfordes starter kit to brew it in and couldn't be happier with it, cheers brew uk
  • Rating
    Excellent
    Review by Datterson 08/08/2012
    What a cracking summer pint. V popular during a party at home, 40 pints done and dusted in a single evening.
  • Rating
    nothing to write home about
    Review by michaelon 31/07/2012
    looks more like a lager than a ale i cant make my mind up about this one, going to leave it in the barrel for another 4 weeks making a total of 8 weeks to see if it improves, fingers crossed but skeptical .
  • Rating
    Bottle it
    Review by Hoffon 27/06/2012
    Tried this in a King Keg and bottled.
    Bottled was superior in terms of flavour bubbles really delivered on the kits potential. king keg product was less desirable.
    In both cases cleared well but the difference in product between the 2 methods is significant.
    Would like to see what a corny could do.

    So bottled you get a beautiful summer beer that is a real delight.
    Left flat and mildly disappointed by the king keg.

    So the kit itself is excellent its down to your production choice that makes the difference.