The nice folks at Brupaks are the kind of people that really care about their beer kits. The "Beers of the World" series have been created to represent beer styles from several countries. The difference with these kits is the ingredients, the 1.3kg can of malt is used to create only 10 litres of beer - so the taste is superb. Not only that, they do not add hop aromas to the malt can, rather they supply you with the correct hops in a tea bag. There's more, if the style needs curacao orange peel, belgian candied sugar, coriander seeds, etc, then that will be supplied as well. These kits are the next best thing to mashing your own beer.
The pilsners of southern Germany are generally softer and less bitter than their northern counterpar..
Wheat beers are deservedly popular all over the world but until now have been difficult to brew at h..
A mild brown ale with a maltier profile than the Tripel. Dark candi sugar provides the colour charac..
This beguiling beer is pale and strong with a fruity character. Although high in alcohol its body re..
Witbiers are very light in both body and flavour and are very refreshing. This version has both of t..
A very dark, bitter-sweet mild ale in the style so loved in the West Midlands. A low hopping rate al..
A traditional Belgium speciality. Dark brown, sweet and spicy. This is a beer to savour on cold wint..
Czech Pilsners tend to have a bigger flavour than their German counterparts. They have a rich golden..
The Altbiers of Dusseldorf have probably the highest bitterness level of all European beers, althoug..
This traditional stout is packed with flavour. It has the characteristic bitterness from roasted bar..
A well-hopped, copper coloured bitter in the traditional London style. The delightful flavour and ar..
Before the invention of pale beers in Pilsen in 1842, the dark lagers of Munich and Vienna were the ..