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Young’s Harvest Yorkshire Bitter 1.5kg

£11.40 Inc VAT

Makes 40 pints of an easy-drinking beer typical of the Yorkshire region of North East England. Well hopped, with a smooth and refreshing, full bodied flavour, with an ABV around 5.4% for about 36p per pint.

Requires 1.5kg of Brewing Sugar, plus a small amount for carbonation.

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Product Description

Typical of the smooth, easy-drinking beers of the Yorkshire region of North East England. Well hopped, with a smooth and refreshing, full bodied flavour.

Makes 40 pints in 21 to 28 days.

ABV around 5.4%

Approx 36p per pint.

Requires 1.5kg of Brewing Sugar, plus a small amount for carbonation.

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INGREDIENTS
Barley and Malt Extract (Barley, Malted Barley, Water) Hop Extract, Dried Yeast (in sachet).
Allergens in BOLD.

Additional Information

Weight 2.1 kg
 

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