This is a traditional London ale, similar in style to Fullers London Pride.
Specialty malts: honey malt, torrified wheat, aromatic, English Crystal
Featured hops: Kent Golding, Fuggle
O.G. = 1.052
F.G. = 1.014
Approximately 5.0% ABV
Approximately 174 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
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My fourth batch of beer---by far the best. Sweet, slightly salty suggesting Thames River water, full bodied and better than anything on the shelf. Hats off, gentlemen, genius!
I used the dry yeast with this kit and was completely surprised -- very good every day drinker! At roughly $.80 a pint, you get a good quality 5% ABV pub ale that compares with the ones across the ocean on the Thames that cost you 4 pounds -- ouch!
One of my first home brews. IMO this beer was comparable to Bass Pale Ale. Not my favorite style of beer but this one came out pretty good. Everyone that tried it really liked it. I did add about one pound of corn sugar during the boil. This was the mini mash kit. Here's a video of my AHS London Pub Ale: http://www.youtube.com/user/MrDlatour#p/u/2/hX6T7rSwQ6o
my wife picked this one for the 15 gallon keg. made a triple batch. Ok but not great. Probably won't make again
This was my second brew, a mini-mash. The smell of the hops when you put them in the pot made my inner me smile! The brew came out great. To me it has a bit less of a body than Bass Ale, but is very comparable. I will definitely brew this one again.