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St Peters Brewery Homebrew Ruby Red Ale Beer Kit makes 40 pints

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St Peters Ruby Red Ale is a delicious tawny red ale with subtle malt undertones and a distinctive spicy hop aroma.
St. Peters Brewery is situated in beautiful unspoiled countryside in north Suffolk close to the historic market town of Bungay. St. Peters Hall is the centerpiece of the brewery site and dates from around 1280. In 1539 the East wing was added using materials from the nearby Flixton Nunnery, which was one of a dozen Monastic houses given to Cardinal Wolsey by King Henry VIII to finance the building of a school in Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk.
Then as today, Suffolk barley was carefully malted to brew beers and that tradition lives on today in the St Peters brewery.

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St Peters Ruby Red Ale is a delicious tawny red ale with subtle malt undertones and a distinctive spicy hop aroma. St. Peters Brewery is positioned in beautiful unspoiled countryside in north Suffolk just about the historic market town of Bungay. St. Peters Hall is the centerpiece of the brewery website and dates from around 1280. In 1539 the East wing used to be added the use of materials from the nearby Flixton Nunnery, which used to be one in every of a dozen Monastic houses given to Cardinal Wolsey by King Henry VIII to finance the building of a faculty in Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk. Then as these days, Suffolk barley used to be carefully malted to brew beers and that tradition lives on these days within the St Peters brewery. This kit incorporates: Full instructions, 2 x tins of malt extract, 1 x sachet of brewing yeast and 1 x hop sachet. Makes approximately 40 Pints (23 Litres) of 4.3% ABV beer.

St Peters Ruby Red Ale is a delicious tawny red ale with subtle malt undertones and a distinctive spicy hop aroma.
St. Peters Brewery is positioned in beautiful unspoiled countryside in north Suffolk just about the historic market town of Bungay. St. Peters Hall is the centerpiece of the brewery website and dates from around 1280. In 1539 the East wing used to be added the use of materials from the nearby Flixton Nunnery, which used to be one in every of a dozen Monastic houses given to Cardinal Wolsey by King Henry VIII to finance the building of a faculty in Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk.
Then as these days, Suffolk barley used to be carefully malted to brew beers and that tradition lives on these days within the St Peters brewery.
This kit incorporates: Full instructions, 2 x tins of malt extract, 1 x sachet of brewing yeast and 1 x hop sachet. Makes approximately 40 Pints (23 Litres) of 4.3% ABV beer.

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