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A special festive beer - Strong, malty, dark with subtle Christmas spices. The is a beer to be matured and savoured.

A selection of special crushed malts, 2kg Light Dried malt extract + 500g of dark candi sugar with nutmeg, cinnamon and star anise spices.

Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated.

This recipe pack will give you approx 18 litres of 6.5% ABV beer and comes with full instructions.

This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.

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A special festive beer - Strong, malty, dark with subtle Christmas spices. The is a beer to be matured and savoured. A selection of special crushed malts, 2kg Light Dried malt extract + 500g of dark candi sugar with nutmeg, cinnamon and star anise spices. Choice of Yeast This recipe pack will give you approx 18 litres of 6.5% ABV beer and comes with full instructions. This kit used the Extract brewing technique which requires a large pan (ideally 15 litres) and boiling of the liquid.
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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    Wreck the Halls 2nd time round
    Review by Davidon 23/08/2016
    I bought 2 packs of this. The first was very disappointing, but I think due to being my first extract brew. It tasted very light, with little spice to it. I have just brewed the 2nd, and OH BOY!!! I knew I needed more flavour in this, so I made sure I squeezed out the grain to get all the flavour I could. The result!!! There is going to be a big problem keeping this until Xmas!!! Sampled while bottling. Absolutely fantastic! Rich, spicy , banana tones. Smells so good. Roll on Christmas
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    Give it a year!
    Review by Michaelon 07/07/2016
    I made this in Jan and left in bottles until December (I had to keep brewing all year to avoid temptation). The result was a perfect winter ale and was welcomed by all. Be patient and you will be rewarded!
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    Good festive ale - nearly all gone!
    Review by Paulon 24/01/2016
    Brewed this in Oct to be ready for Xmas and was not disappointed. It is a strong ale with a distinctive festive spiciness that is there but not overpowering. Also found this to be surprisingly "fizzy", this may be partly down to the candi sugar in it but it was less "frothy" pouring but kept quite a bit of carbonation. This just makes it too refreshing and easy to drink for a strong beer so went down very well! Only a couple of litres left now but will do it again sometime.
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    Wreck the Halls
    Review by Daveon 29/10/2015
    Really looking forward to getting this underway! It will be my first extract brew, but my "brewery room" is just being renovated, so will have to wait! However, the delivery was first class, alll arrived safely, the ingredients look great and the instructions are very clear. Can't wait, although it might mean I will be drinking Wreck the Halls around Easter time :) , BUT I will then have a brewing room ready to take a "Grainfather"!!!
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    Great beer, disappointed by the kit though
    Review by Tomon 28/10/2015
    I've brewed this beer every year since 2013, so this was the third time of ordering the kit. While the wort smells gorgeous and the instructions were easy to follow, I've been put off by the new "Craftybrews" packaging and recipes, which no longer detail exactly what hops and grain I'm adding to the brew. Hops are already measured out in "Hop pack 1, Hop pack 2, Hop pack 3". I like knowing what hops are going into a recipe so that I can experiment with my own recipes based on what I've got from the kits, and this makes it much less easy.

    Appreciated that this approach makes it easier for the novice but I'm not sure it really helps anyone other than BrewUK.

    RESPONSE FROM BREWUK- Thanks for your feedback Tom, we are always happy to send the pack contents if you email us. We changed the packs so you don't need scales which makes things easier for you. It also makes the packaging easier for us which means we can have more recipe packs.
  • Rating
    Nice kit ready just in time for crimbo
    Review by Daveon 12/11/2014
    Very easy to use kit, the resulting beer had a banana and toffee smell when originally bottled, the banana essence has now disappeared and it's full on toffee, bitter and rich malty flavour........ Divine let's just hope I can keep some for New Years celebrations too.
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    Warm & gently spiced --- a winter delight in the making
    Review by drbon 25/09/2014
    Brewed this August 2014 in anticipation of cooler times & longer nights. I've sampled a few - as you do - and already it is a delicious soft, warming & gently spiced aromatic brew. Looking forward to those winter nights.
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    Good brew
    Review by Sundewon 20/12/2013
    Had a problem with the strength of this brew which came out about 5%,but its still a good tasty beer with plenty of spice aroma, a good Xmas brew
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    Winter Warming
    Review by Stiggson 20/11/2013
    Nice brew, I made mine about 4 weeks ago (barrelled) so every now and then I take a bit of a taster and it is getting more and more smooth as the weeks go on. I don't have a rotating sparge arm on my kit so decided to add 10% more grain to try and maintain the OG which was pretty close. Leaving it alone now until the 14th December when I have a gathering of friends at my place to enjoy...
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    Couldn't wait. ..
    Review by Randaliciouson 15/11/2013
    Of course it was meant for Xmas and the majority of it will, but I wanted to test it at an early stage. 3 weeks fermentation and two in the bottle and already its a good drop. Spice and cinnamon kick, but a good bitter malty flavour. It's strong but does not taste like treacle.

    Can't wait for this to mature. Next bottle will be drunk when the decorations go up.
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    All I want for Christmas is this
    Review by Neil Con 13/11/2013
    This one was only in the bottle for a week when we decided to have a sneak preview (it was my birthday so it's allowed!). A beautifully balanced Christmas beer that I fear will be extremely moreish over the festive period. The spices give a warm aroma and but are subtle enough on the palate to not compete with the hops.

    Our OG came in slightly under because we didn't flush enough water through the hop strainer - you end up with a pretty sticky mix so make sure you get all that sugary goodness into the fermenter.
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    Superb!
    Review by Andy Bon 11/11/2013
    What a delicious pint! I made this a couple of weeks back and although had no intention of trying it yet, a faulty capper has meant a couple of bottles leaking gas!