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Bad Cat Imperial Red is the first ever Imperial Red beer kit available to home brewers. Full bodied, bursting with malty flavours and powerful fruity and citrus hop aromas from the American Amarillo and Willamette dry hopping. Due to the recent improvements in dry beer yeasts, it is now possible (but very expensive) to ferment 4.7 kgs of malt extract in a kit, something most standard beer yeast can not handle. The result is stunning. The Bad Cat will take you where no cat or dog has been before. One of the best home brew beer kits.4kg Liquid malt extract kit. This beer making kit does not require sugar addition. except the small amount added when bottling. Everything you need is in the kit, just add water to make 23 litres of stunning beer.Alcohol7.5% (vol)Bitterness35-40 EBUColour30-35 EBCNet weight4.7 kgsHop pelletsAmarillo, WillametteIngredients: Liquid Malt extract, Hops and separately packaged freeze-dried brewer's yeast.Allergens: Contains extracts of barley & cereal products containing glutenTo read instructions click here
Crisp and golden, well defined hops, a European classic. Colour: 8-12 EBC, Bitter: 30-35 EBU, Alcohol: 5%, Net weight: 1.6kg. 1kg sugar needs to be added.Ingredients: Liquid Malt extract, Hop extract, barley extract and separately packaged freeze-dried brewer's yeast.Allergens: Contains extracts of barley & cereal products containing gluten
Muntons Spraymalt Light 500g
Brewing sugar ferments cleaner and faster than regular granulated sugar and dissolves better. Perfect for increasing the alcohol content of beer, wine and cider. When used in beer, the beer will be drier than when brewing with malt alone. In saison beer, for example, it is common to add 5-10% sugar to make the beer drier.Better Brew Brewing sugar 1kgBrewing Sugar is the commercial name for Dextrose (glucose, grape sugar).Use- Can be advantageously used to carbonate beer, dose 5-10g per liter of beer depending on the desired carbonation level.- For 10 liters of beer, 1kg of brewing sugar increases the Specific Gravity (SG) by about 1.038, this corresponds to about 5% alcohol at full fermentation. Add to the wort and mix well.