3 thoughts on “Muntons Nut Brown Ale

  1. I followed exactly what you did, and I ended up with a pretty good beer. I think the added DME and nottingham yeast greatly improves the quality of this nutbrown.

    thanks for sharing!


  2. This beer turns out better if you make it for 5 gallons instead of the 6 the can recommends and ferment for two weeks. Pitching yeast at 84 deg is far too hot for the yeast. You'll get much better beer pitching around 70 deg. Also let it set in the bottles for 4 weeks and age. You'll be amazed what a flavorful full bodied brew this process will produce with this kit. One last suggestion, use amber DME.


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