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Old 05-01-2008, 11:39 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how the Muntons Premium range kits turn out, and if i would need to get hops and priming sugar separately. Thank you

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Old 05-02-2008, 12:01 AM   #2
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Does anyone know how the Muntons Premium range kits turn out, and if i would need to get hops and priming sugar separately. Thank you
A brief Google says it's a hopped liquid extract, which requires another 3.3lbs LME, or a suitable equivalent amount of DME or dextrose. I imagine (I've been wrong before) you'd need to provide the priming sugar as well.

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The Muntons Premium range was developed for the original four kits in the early days of English home-brewing. Formulations for this range have purposely not been changed since they were first developed back in the early 1970's - a tremendous heritage and a proven track record. The Premium range allows home beer makers to experience flavours from around the world in their own homes, enjoyably and economically. Once again the Muntons Premium range is made entirley from 100% hopped malt extract with no inferior or cheap adjuncts such as barley syrup. There is one notable exception to this however - the American Style Light Beer. To emulate the light delicate character of this popular beer style it was necessary to include in the kit a percentage of liquid sugar. This is the only beer kit in the extensive Muntons ranges made from anything other than 100% hopped malt extract. Each kit comes with easy to follow instructions and the appropriate yeast to make up to 6 US gallons of beer. The additional purchase of 3 pounds of any flavor Dry Malt Extract OR one 3.3 lb (avg) Unhopped Malt Extract (canned) OR 3 pounds of CORN Sugar (do not use table sugar) is required to complete the ingredient portion of these kits.
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Ok thank you very much.

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