Introducing Cwtch beer kit – A Champion Welsh Red Ale
Muntons are pleased to announce the new addition of Cwtch (pronounced ‘Kuh-utch’ for those of us from across the Welsh border!) from the Tiny Rebel Brewing Company to our range of beer making kits. This new brewery-branded beer kit makes 36 pints of the champion Cwtch red ale, a full bodied beer with a wonderful balance of citrus and tropical fruit notes, backed up with caramel and roasted malt flavours. This balanced and moderately bitter ale is an ideal session ale with a strength of approximately 4.6% ABV.
Now you can brew and enjoy a Champion Beer of Britain brewed by your own fair hand from this simple beer making kit. Working in conjunction with Brad and Gazz at the Tiny Rebel Brewery, we have replicated with this kit their award winning champion Welsh red ale Cwtch. The brewer’s wort used in this beer kit is totally unique and is based on the original brewer’s recipe
Give yourself a heart-warming hug with a pint of your very own Cwtch – nothing beats a true Welsh cuddle*!
Kits are now on sale. Check our homebrew stockist finder for your local retailer. http://www.muntonshomebrew.com/stockists-finder/
The Tiny Rebel Story
It all began in a garage back in 2008 where Brad and Gazz homebrewed on weekends. They got pretty good at it and as beer geeks at heart, always took things
that one step further. In 2010 the idea for Tiny Rebel was born, with the result being their official launch in February 2012.
Only a year after opening, Tiny Rebel took the Great Welsh Beer Festival by storm and won Gold (Dirty Stop Out), Silver (FUBAR) and Bronze (Urban IPA) in the Champion Beer of Wales competition.
…And only four months after that, opened Cardiff’s first-ever, fully-devoted craft beer bar called Urban Tap House. It’s a beer drinkers haven, go check it out.
Tiny Rebel won Champion Beer of Wales 2014 with FUBAR taking the crown.
2015 saw their much-loved Welsh red ale Cwtch declared Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival.
*Cwtch means a cuddle or hug in Welsh