Festival Landlords Finest Bitter 3kg

£25.40 Inc VAT

A dark gold ale, with a white head, Festival Landlords Finest Bitter is a classic pale ale, biscuit malt tones layered with subtle fruit character and earthy undertones. A real session ale with additions of Celeia and Admiral hops. 3kg ABV 4.3%. Makes a full 40 pints.

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A dark gold ale, with a white head, Festival Landlords Finest Bitter is a classic pale ale, biscuit malt tones layered with subtle fruit character and earthy undertones. A real session ale with additions of Celeia and Admiral hops.

3kg ABV 4.3%. Makes a full 40 pints for less than 65p per pint.

Created with careful research, help and knowledge from professional brewers, Festival premium ale kits allow you to recreate examples of some of the UK’s best loved beers.

These kits are now the most inclusive kits on the market – using a full 3kg of the very highest quality liquid malt extracts, genuine brewer’s yeast strains (all individually suited to each style of beer NOT just generic yeast), hop pellets, specifically measured priming sugar and hop straining bag all included. The hop pellets are simply added halfway through fermentation infusing flavour and aroma into the finished beer resulting in a beer with more hop character than ever before.

All kits make a full 40 pints and some of the stronger beers include not only malt extract but the additional sugar required for primary fermentation so absolutely no extra additions needed.
Ingredients: Barley Malt extract, Dextrose Monohydrate, hops, hop extract, dried brewing yeast (in sachet).
Net Weight: 3.0kg
Manufacturer: Ritchie Products Ltd, 100-105 Victoria Crescent, Burton-on-Trent, England DE14 2QF

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Weight 3.1 kg
 

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