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Safbrew S-33

Robust ale yeast able to tolerate high alcohol conditions (up to 11.5% v/v). Used to produce a wide range of beer styles including Belgian wheat and Trappist beers.

Available in 11.5 g sachets. 

Dunkelweizen

Munich and chocolate malts combine to create a darker, maltier version of its lighter counterpart, Hefeweizen.  Amber-brown in color yet medium-bodied with a slightly sweet, bready flavor.  A specialty wheat yeast produces the characteristic phenols found in traditional Weizens. 

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Premium Kits

New To Brewing?

For an easy to brew Premium kit, try the Imperial Blonde Ale.  This kit is simple to brew and makes an excellent intro. to home brewing.

You may also need basic brewing equipment if this is your first time brewing.

Experienced?

Try a Witbier, Dortmunder, Black Lager or Whiskey Barrel Stout kit.

These kits require extra steps and a more exacting process to achieve best results.

We recommend you have a few successful brews under your belt before trying these tasty brews. 

Need Help?

Our BrewMaster can help trouble shoot.

Olde Pub Mix

This blend of our fresh roasted nuts has quickly become our most popular - our take on the traditional nut mix served in bars and taverns.  Our custom blend combines our Crunchy Roasted Nuts with our traditional Slow Roasted Nuts.  This blend includes Whole Almonds, Jumbo Cashews, Crunchy Roasted Classic Nuts and Crunchy Roasted Macadamia Nuts plus our famous Jumbo Redskins blended in perfect proportions for the ultimate in gourmet taste.

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Classic Kits

New To Brewing?

We recommend an American LightAmerican Cream Ale or a Muntons brew kit for first time home brewers. These kits are simple to brew and make excellent entries into home brewing.

You may also need basic brewing equipment if this is your first time brewing.

Experienced?

Try a kit like a Rye Pale Ale, Continental Pilsner, European Bock or Vienna Lager. These kits require extra steps and a more exacting process to achieve best results. We recommend you have a few successful brews under your belt before trying these tasty brews. 

Need Help?

Our BrewMaster can trouble shoot.