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 has been extended to include styles of beer from far reaches of the world. American Style Light, Canadian Style Beer, Scottish Style Heavy Ale, Old Ale and so on.

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 entirely 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.

Please scroll down the page to see the full range.

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Premium Bitter

Premium Bitter – Classic English pub bitter -well balanced and full of taste. England’s favourite beer. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 27 – 33
Bitterness (EBU’s) 45 – 55
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Irish Style Stout

Irish Style Stout -Very dark and very hoppy, a rich beer of great character – serve chilled. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 225 – 275
Bitterness (EBU’s) 50 – 60
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Scottish Style Heavy Ale

Scottish Style Heavy Ale -Full bodied satisfyingly dark with good hoppy overtones. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 50 – 60
Bitterness (EBU’s) 45 – 55
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

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Premium Lager

Premium Lager -Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 8 – 12
Bitterness (EBU’s) 25 – 35
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Premium Pilsner

Premium Pilsner -Light and delicate, this pilsner is a great thirst quencher. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 4 – 7
Bitterness (EBU’s) 25 – 35
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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American Style Light Beer

American Style Light Beer -A gentle delicate light lager, subtly flavoured yet refreshing to the full. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 4 – 8
Bitterness (EBU’s) 18 – 27
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Barley Wine

Barley Wine -An extra strong beer for the special occasion – drink unchilled to fully appreciate its rich body and flavour. OG 1060° to 1064°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 27 – 33
Bitterness (EBU’s) 45 – 55
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Canadian Style Ale

Canadian Style Ale – A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036° to 1040°. Reminiscent of the slightly hoppier lager style beers popular throughout Canada.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 8 – 12
Bitterness (EBU’s) 25 – 35
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Midland Mild Ale

Midland Mild Ale -A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036° to 1040°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 90 – 100
Bitterness (EBU’s) 17 – 23
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Old Ale

Old Ale –Rich and warming with an unmistakable “aged” flavour – this beer should ideally be served in nips. OG 1060° to 1064°.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 27 – 33
Bitterness (EBU’s) 45 – 55
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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Cerveza

Cerveza -A gentle, delicate light lager subtly flavoured, refreshing to the full.

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Typical analyses when canned
Colour (EBC Units) 8 – 12
Bitterness (EBU’s) 45 – 55
Solids (by refractometer) 80% – 82%
Acidity (as lactic) 1% max
pH 5 – 6
Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%
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And it’s so easy to make……..

Simple Instructions
Step 1 1. Clean and sterilise all equipment. Remove label and stand can(s) in hot water for 5 minutes to soften contents. Pour the contents into the sterilised fermenter. Step 2 2. Add 3.5 litres (6 UK pints) boiling water. Add 16.5 litres (29 UK pints) of cold water to bring the volume up to 23 litres (40 UK pints, 6 US Gallons) and thoroughly mix to make sure all the contents are fully dissolved.
Step 3 3. Add the yeast, cover the fermenter and leave to stand for 4-6 days in a warm place (between 18-20 C, 65-70 F). Fermentation will be finished when the bubbles cease to rise (if you use a hydrometer, when the gravity remains constant below 1014°). Step 4 4. Transfer the beer into bottles or a pressure barrel and add half a teaspoon of Light Spraymalt per pint to each bottle, or a maximum of 85 grams (3oz) per 5 UK gallon pressure barrel. Sugar may be used instead. Stand bottles or barrel in a warm place for 2 days then allow 14 days in a cool place or until the beer has cleared.

  • Muntons range of home beer making kits are made from the finest UK malting barley to emulate classic beer styles from around the globe.

    Connoisseurs Range
    Gold Range
    Hand-Crafted Range
    Premium Range
    Premium Canada Range

  • Muntons exciting and refreshing new cider kits use the finest quality apples to create a crisp and authentic taste.

    Premium Gold Cider Range

  • Muntons now produce an extensive range of wine making kits that create a wide variety of high quality wines.

    6 Bottle Range
    Cedars Gold Range
    Country Wine 6 Bottle Range
    Mondego Reserve Range
    Mondego Ultimate Range
    Premium Cellar 30 Bottle Range