Festival - Wright's Golden Ale Beer Kit - Beer of Britain!
Festival Wright's Golden Ale: Limited Edition
Dive into the world of craft beer with the Festival Wright's Golden Ale Beer Kit. Inspired by Wainwright’s Gold, this beer making kit is part of Festival's Limited Edition range that celebrates the richness of British beer culture. Now you can recreate an authentic pub experience in your own home with an ale that truly stands out.
A Symphony of Flavours in a Craft Beer Kit
The Wright's Golden Ale offers a harmonious blend of subtle malt notes balanced with a delicate floral and citrus hop aroma. Every sip is a rewarding experience, boasting a well-balanced taste that features mild maltiness contrasted by a subtle, lingering bitterness. This symphony of flavours is rounded off with a refreshingly crisp citrus finish.
- Appearance: Golden with a white head
- Approximate ABV: 4.1%
- Bitterness: 3/5
- Yield: 23 litres (40 Pints)
- Hops: Goldings (14g) & Cascade hops (14g)
- Extras: Dextrose priming sugar (100g)
Festival Home Brew Beer Kits: Your Gateway to Craft Brewing
Whether you're a home brewing novice or an experienced craft brewing enthusiast, Festival Home Brew Beer Kits are designed with simplicity in mind. With no need for additional sugar, just add water and embark on your craft beer journey. Each Festival Premium Ale Beer Kit includes comprehensive, step-by-step instructions to ensure your homebrew success. Dive into the world of real ale today with the Festival Wright's Golden Ale Beer Kit, a perfect choice for home brewing kits!
*For a commercial-style finish to your beer, we suggest adding Pure Brew - a professional yeast nutrient and water treatment.
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Jan 6, 2024
Festival Wright's Golden Ale Beer Kit Review
I bought this kit as a “one I've never done before” to use as footage for my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC155GKc3-8ISyxWSPX-PfWg. It's an all malt kit which is reflected in the price, it does, however, come with extras, a 28g hop addition and priming sugar, all of which cost money. I dry hopped it for three days, which was verging on too long. See my taste test video for more details https://youtu.be/8rMWHekdXGc.