A crisp, refreshing dry pilsner lager with a distinctive tropical fruity hop flavour, provided by Motueka and Nelson Sauvin hops. The New Zealand Pilsner is a more aromatic and fuller flavoured take on the classic Czech style and is delicious when served chilled.
The new Session Range from Dark Rock Brewing takes kit brewing to a new level. High quality hopped malt extracts are matched with carefully selected blends of the freshest dry hops, to produce delicious beers with enticing aromas. These kits are simple to make and fast to clear and mature. From fermenter to glass within a month, and results which are of commercial quality. The range follows the best styles from around the world and includes a powerful West Coast APA, which packs a hoppy punch from the latest crop of Citra and Simcoe hops. From down under, there are three carefully selected styles; a New Zealand Pilsner, New Zealand Riwaka Pale Ale, and an Aussie Gold Ale. They are true to the Southern Hemisphere styles. An English Amber Ale and Canadian Craft Ale provide a more traditional amber style, with hops that are true to the malts, to provide a balanced moreish taste. Finally, a newer style, which is set to be a trendsetter is the India Pale Lager. The IPL uses Motueka and Simcoe hops to produce a hybrid style which is a cross between a lager and IPA. The result is a refreshing lager with a delicate hoppy taste and aroma. Perfect for summer barbeques and to compliment curry evenings. These kits are dead easy to make and produce beer as good as you can buy in a pub for around 40p per pint. With value like that, what’s not to like.
- Kit weight: 1.8 kg
- Makes: 40 pints / 5 gallons
- ABV Approx: 4.5%
- Target Finishing Gravity: 1.008 (approx)
- Fermentation time: 7 days (approx)
- Conditioning time: 3 weeks
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Superb kit
Brewed this with the Dark Rock beer enhancer and it is easily the best single tin kit I've tried, and better than 99% of the premium kits I've brewed. It's just what it says it is. It's dry, crisp, refreshing, fruity and hoppy. I have another couple from the range fermenting just now, and if they're half as good as this, they'll be excellent.