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    Favourite Kits

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    PureGuiness
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    Favourite Kits

    Post  PureGuiness on Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:45 am

    As the title says.... What is your favourite beer kit? It can be a single can or double can kit with or without modifications. Let us know afro

    I always liked Woodfordes Wherry and was the kit I brewed most. However, the award for my favourite kit has to go to Brupaks Pride Of Yorkshire Scammendon Dark Ale. It's a real complex pint of beer with bags of hop flavour and aroma in a dark, porter-esque ale. It's assertive but very drinkable.

    Having said that the whole POY range is worth a try Laughing


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    Re: Favourite Kits

    Post  CyberPaddy66 on Thu Apr 12, 2012 11:48 pm

    PureGuiness wrote:What is your favourite beer kit?

    Do you really need me to answer this one?
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    Post  PureGuiness on Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:54 am

    CyberPaddy66 wrote:
    PureGuiness wrote:What is your favourite beer kit?

    Do you really need me to answer this one?

    Would it be some sort of mild? Laughing


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    Re: Favourite Kits

    Post  CyberPaddy66 on Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:10 am

    PureGuiness wrote:
    CyberPaddy66 wrote:
    PureGuiness wrote:What is your favourite beer kit?

    Do you really need me to answer this one?

    Would it be some sort of mild? Laughing

    It might Razz

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    Re: Favourite Kits

    Post  FatGaz on Fri Apr 13, 2012 3:57 pm

    I always found NOG to be a tasty pint
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    Re: Favourite Kits

    Post  PureGuiness on Fri Apr 13, 2012 4:10 pm

    FatGaz wrote:I always found NOG to be a tasty pint

    Nog is a nice pint but I found it took a long time to come into it's best. Maybe I'm just impatient Laughing

    To be fair all the Woodfordes kits are quality.


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