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Muntons Premium Gold - Scottish Heavy

“Muntons make a series of kits for use with the...”

Written on: 10/01/2010 by lamaha (3 reviews written)

Muntons make a series of kits for use with the "youngs"micro brewery system.So far we have used the "Santa's winter warmer"(naff name, great brew) and the "Imperial Stout".
Both of these kits were easy to make giving a good quality beer at the end.
They are a little more expensive than the other kits, but the taste, clarity and the quality of the beer is very good.
Follow the instructions carefully and your get a good beer for less than 75p a pint.
I am big Ale fan and now a convert to making… Read Full Review

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“I've been brewing Muntons beer kits for over 20 years...”

Written on: 19/12/2003 by Richard (1 review written)

I've been brewing Muntons beer kits for over 20 years now. I've tried other makes but these seem to give the best results. The Premium Gold range kits are of the type that requires no additional sugar and so the resulting beer does not have that 'watery' quality that some cheaper kits have. This type of kit is generally pretty expensive compared with the type that you add sugar but by the time you add the cost of sugar to a conventional kit(or dried malt extract if you prefer) the extra cost is… Read Full Review

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139702_P3T3Th0M's Response to Richard's Review

Written on: 14/01/2004

Mate, I wouldn't worry. In fact, some brewers actually exceed others due to their hard water. Many breweries now try to emulate exactly the chemical makeup of the hardwater rivers that a well known brewer uses as its water supply for all their beers.

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Tommo895's Response to Richard's Review

Written on: 26/12/2009

Re water hardness and quality, try using Tescos value still mineral water in the one gallon containers. It costs pennies and the water is free of any tap water chemicals or impurities that can taint the flavour of the finished brew, in fact its as pure as you can get so its highly recommended.

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Fitzy's Response to Richard's Review

Written on: 01/11/2004

Hi.
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<br>I'm a complete novice to Home Brewing, can anyone
<br>give mew any advice how, and where to start.
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<br>Also can anyone recommend any good value internet -sites to buy, i'd quite like to have ago at brewing this Muntons Premium Gold - Scottish Heavy plus a good quality Larger.
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<br>Finally. Are there any good forums for like minded people who enjoy the ale.
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<br>Thanks.
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<br>Fitzy

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Georgewelsh's Response to Richard's Review

Written on: 03/07/2004

Hi,
<br> I live in Bridlington also a hard water area.
<br>When mashing I do use an acid blend but with kits you could try boiling the water for 15 mins before use. Do this the day before brewing and pour off the chalk sediment. When using this method do aireate the water by taking jugs full and pouring from a height. Do use a good dried yeast such as Danstar Nottingham, Gervin English Ale or Safale So4 as these give very good results.
<br>George
<br>Grape & Grain

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Richard's Response to Richard's Review

Written on: 02/02/2004

Hi p3t3th0m, thanks for your encouragement - do you have any tips or particularly succesful kits you have used?

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