Geordie

The Geordie range is great. If you’re after a traditional bitter style, with a lovely tan colour, then look no further. The rich, nutty flavours shine through making the keg go faster than you may wish.Makes 40 pints, just add sugar and water. Better still try with beer kit enhancer or dried malt extract. Geordie Liquid Kits are the simplest way to brew. The wort – the liquor beer is brewed from – has already been prepared from malted barley and hops, then concentrated. You mix it with sugar and hot water, then add cold water to make up 40 pints and finally add the special brewing yeast from the sachet on the top of the can. The wort then ferments for about a week.

When fermentation stops, siphon off the brew into bottles or pressure barrel, give it ten days or so to mature and your perfect pint is ready for drinking.

Bitter

Geordie bitter is a traditional well-hopped bitter with the rich nutty flavour that real bitter drinkers love. Made from natural ingredients – malt, hops and barley – it has a clear deep amber colour and a full head.

Lager

Geordie Lager is a light refreshing beer with a tangy continental taste. Made from natural ingredients – malt, hops and barley – it’s sparkling and light gold in colour. Ideally served straight from the fridge. It’s satisfying to drink and just as satisfying to make.

Mild

Geordie Mild is a dark mild with traditional, fuller Northern taste. Made from natural ingredients – malt, hops and barley – it has a smooth head and a rich deep dark colour. It’s satisfying to drink and just as satisfying to make.

Scottish Export

Geordie Scottish Export has the rounded taste and distinctive aroma of the great Scottish beers. Made from natural ingredients – malt, hops and barley – its deep golden colour and full body make it a popular home brew everywhere. It’s satisfying to drink and just as satisfying to make.

Yorkshire Bitter

Geordie Yorkshire Bitter is light in colour and has a slightly sweet taste of the best traditional Yorkshire beers. Made from natural ingredients – malt, hops and barley – it has a creamy head and full body. It’s satisfying to drink and just as satisfying to make.