Relish the Roots of English Ale.
Step into the storied tradition of English ales with the Connoisseurs Range Traditional Bitter Kit. Crafted for discerning brewers, it promises a sip imbued with classic character and a tale of timeless brewing. Dive deep into a flavourful symphony of rich malts and iconic hops.
Taste of Time: Delve into the iconic essence of English ale, curated to perfection.
Malty Mastery: Savor the profound malty richness that is the hallmark of traditional bitters.
Generous Yield: Brew approximately 66 bottles, perfect for aficionados and gatherings.
Deep Allure: A visual treat with a deep, bold hue mirroring its flavour depths.
Hop Harmony: Balanced hop notes that add that quintessential bitter touch.
Optimal Alcohol at 4.6%: Crafted for depth and drinkability in every pour.
Cellar Serve Excellence: Best relished at cellar temperatures to unlock its authentic aroma and taste.
Precision Gravity (OG) 1040° to 1044°: A testament to impeccable brewing standards.
The Traditional Bitter Experience: Drink a story with the Connoisseurs Range Traditional Bitter – a tale of English brewing legacy in every glass. This kit is your brewing compass, guiding both newcomers and veterans toward a brew that resonates with European mastery.
Q: How's the clock ticking for the Traditional Bitter's brewing process? A: 2 to 3 weeks usually covers the brewing journey, enveloping fermentation, conditioning, and carbonation. The exact timeline can vary depending on surrounding conditions and personal tweaks.
Q: Feeling creative with the hop or malt in the Bitter Kit? A: Brewing is your canvas, and the Connoisseurs Range Traditional Bitter Kit provides the basic palette. If innovation beckons, adjust hops or malts as desired, ensuring flavour equilibrium remains undisturbed.
Q: What is the ideal thermostat setting for serving the Traditional Bitter? A: A cellar temperature, hovering between 12-14°C (54-57°F), does justice to the Connoisseurs Range Traditional Bitter. It unfurls the intricate flavour tapestry, creating a sipping experience that's genuinely unparalleled.
Note: Equipment and supplies need to be sold separately and packed in the UK.