1. Williams Warn Summer Ale 10 Litre Kit
    $33.00

    Williams Warn Summer Ale 10 Litre Kit

    Our Summer Ale is straw-coloured in appearance with a low bitterness. Technically it is regarded as a Cream Ale – an ale version of a lager beer. It therefore ferments warm (23°C/73°F) with great efficiency with our ale yeast, but with the resulting taste profile being similar to that of a light lager.

    The yeast is an 11g sachet of Fermentis S-04 yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.011 (2.75°P), resulting in 4.5% alcohol by volume, 13 Bitterness Units and 3 SRM/6 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 23°C/73°F.

  2. Williams Warn Bohemian Pilsner 23/25 Litre Kit
    $54.00

    Williams Warn Bohemian Pilsner 23/25 Litre Kit

    A traditional Bohemian Pilsner with a rich, complex maltiness and a crisp finish.

    Our Bohemian Pilsner is deep gold in appearance with a high bitterness and long lasting creamy head. The yeast employed is a classic German Pilsner yeast that leaves a very clean taste.

    The yeast under the lid is an 11g pack of Fermentis S-23 lager yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.009 (2.3°P), resulting in 4.8% alcohol by volume, 37 Bitterness Units and 6 SRM/12 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 15°C/59°F for 3 days and then increase to 18°C/64°F for a diacetyl rest to complete fermentation after another 3 days. Cooling can be put on at Day 6 when the SG should be about 1.009.

    As an option, hop aroma and taste can be elevated if the brewer makes a hop tea of 1-2 oz. (28-56 grams) of any Czech (or German) hops in a French coffee press. Add approx. 900ml of hot boiled water to the hops, stir and then steep for 20 minutes. Plunge the solids and add the green, filtered hop tea to the mix of ingredients in your fermenter (before adding the yeast). 

  3. Williams Warn English Pale Ale 23/25 Litre Kit
    $53.00

    Williams Warn English Pale Ale 23/25 Litre Kit

    A full-bodied English Pale Ale.

    Our English Pale Ale has an amber appearance with a moderate bitterness. Technically, within the BJCP Style Guidelines it is a Standard Bitter – the lightest of the English bitter types with respect to alcohol content, colour and bitterness. This beer has a firm malty start, a touch of fruitiness from the yeast and a long dry finish from the hops.

    The yeast under the lid is an 11g pack of Lallemand Nottingham ale yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.011 (2.75°P), resulting in 4.5% alcohol by volume, 20 Bitterness Units and 7 SRM/14 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 23°C/73°F.

  4. Williams Warn Premium Lager 10 Litre Kit
    $35.00

    Williams Warn Premium Lager 10 Litre Kit

    A pleasant Premium Lager with a clean taste profile.

    Our Premium Lager is yellow in appearance with a moderate bitterness. It is a satisfying beer that sits in between American Lagers and European Pilsners in character. The yeast employed will ferment clean and true-to-style. An agreeable drop that’s ideal for brewing for social events and therefore to be shown-off to your friends.

    The yeast supplied is an 11.5g pack of Fermentis S-23 lager yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.009 (2.3°P), resulting in 4.8% alcohol by volume, 18 Bitterness Units and 3.5 SRM/7 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 15°C/59°F for 3 days and then increase to 18°C/64°F for a diacetyl rest to complete fermentation after another 3 days. Cooling can be put on at Day 6 when the SG should be about 1.009.

  5. Williams Warn Premium Lager 23/25 Litre Kit
    $53.00

    Williams Warn Premium Lager 23/25 Litre Kit

    A pleasant Premium Lager with a clean taste profile.

    Our Premium Lager is yellow in appearance with a moderate bitterness. It is a satisfying beer that sits in between American Lagers and European Pilsners in character. The yeast employed will ferment clean and true-to-style. An agreeable drop that’s ideal for brewing for social events and therefore to be shown-off to your friends.

    The yeast supplied is an 11.5g pack of Fermentis S-23 lager yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.009 (2.3°P), resulting in 4.8% alcohol by volume, 18 Bitterness Units and 3.5 SRM/7 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 15°C/59°F for 3 days and then increase to 18°C/64°F for a diacetyl rest to complete fermentation after another 3 days. Cooling can be put on at Day 6 when the SG should be about 1.009.

  6. Williams Warn Wheat Beer 10 Litre Kit
    $37.00

    Williams Warn Wheat Beer 10 Litre Kit

    A refreshing, smooth-drinking Wheat Beer.

    Our Wheat Beer has a straw-coloured appearance with a low bitterness. The malted wheat in the grain bill gives this beer a slightly grainy flavour with a creamy fullness that leads to a light finish. The yeast employed will provide decent levels of phenolic flavours and so this brew leans towards a fresh, German wheat beer in style.

    The yeast under the lid is an 11g pack of Fermentis WB-06 wheat beer yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.011 (2.75°P), resulting in 4.5% alcohol by volume, 15 Bitterness Units and 3 SRM/6 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 23°C/73°F.

  7. Williams Warn American Lager 23/25 Litre Kit
    $53.00

    Williams Warn American Lager 23/25 Litre Kit

    A refreshing American Lager for those who appreciate one of the world’s most popular beer styles.

    Our American Lager is straw-coloured in appearance with a low bitterness. It is crisp, dry and thirst-stopping. The lager yeast employed will give some slightly fruity notes to add a pinch of character. The goal is a light-tasting beer with low levels of malt, hop and yeast character in perfect balance.

    The yeast supplied is an 11g pack of Fermentis S-23 lager yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.009 (2.3°P), resulting in 4.8% alcohol by volume, 13 Bitterness Units and 3 SRM/6 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 15°C/59°F for 3 days and then increase to 18°C/64°F for a diacetyl rest to complete fermentation after another 3 days. Cooling can be put on at Day 6 when the SG should be about 1.009.

  8. Williams Warn Dry Stout 10 Litre Kit
    $34.00

    Williams Warn Dry Stout 10 Litre Kit

    A true Dry Stout with a compelling personality.

    Our Dry Stout has a black appearance from the crystal malts, roasted malts and roasted barley employed in the grain mix. The result is a great Dry Stout that has liquorice, roasted coffee and chocolate flavours dominating. The prominent hop bitterness level helps elevate the dryness, which comes from the roasted un-malted barley used.

    The yeast under the lid is an 11g pack of Fermentis S-04 yeast.

    Original Gravity of 1.045 (11.25°P), fermented to a Final Gravity of about 1.011 (2.75°P), resulting in 4.5% alcohol by volume, 32 Bitterness Units and 50 SRM/100 EBC colour.

    Ferment at 23°C/73°F.

  9. Williams Warn IPA 23/25 Litre Kit
    $100.00

    Williams Warn IPA 23/25 Litre Kit

    Loaded with hoppy goodness, IPA’s are renowned for their flavour packed punch.

    When paired with Nottingham Ale Yeast and Taiheke hops, this IPA will finish clean and crisp with a deep golden hue and prominent fruit forward aromas as typically seen in ‘new world’ style pale ales.

    Taiheke hops are New Zealand’s version of the US Cascade variety.  We think you’re going to fall in love with them.

    In the pack:

    • 1.7kg IPA Liquid Malt
    • 2 x 1.36kg Dry Malt
    • Nottingham Ale Yeast
    • 2 x 100grams Taiheke hops
  10. Williams Warn Irish Red Ale 10 Litre Kit
    $34.00

    Williams Warn Irish Red Ale 10 Litre Kit

    An easy drinking pint.

    Our Irish Red Ale has a deep-amber, light-copper appearance from crystal and black malts included in the recipe. The malt focus gives this beer caramel, toffee and toasty notes and a slight dry, roasted-grain finish. The hops provide a moderate level of bitterness. Overall, this is an interesting beer that is a pleasure to produce and appreciate.

    The yeast used is an 11g pack of Nottingham ale yeast.

    Ideally, ferment at 73°F/23°C for 4 days, after which time the S.G. should be close to 1.011.