About Muntons Gold Imperial Stout
As Imperial Russia extended its territories into the Baltic States during the early 1780s, Catherine the Great, Empress of all the Russians fell in love with strong British Stout. Imperial Stout captures the essence of this truly classic beer, with its full body, rich black colour and distinctive dry bitterness.
Capped by a smooth, creamy head, it is a brew to be savoured, and enjoyed at its best when served chilled approximately 5C or 41F
Home Brew Concentrate Makes 40 Pints
Many years ago centuries in fact it was discovered that the way to brew the best ales and beers was to use only malt, hops, water and yeast in the brewing process. In the 15th Century in Germany this was taken a stage further with the introduction of the Reinheitsgebot a law prohibiting the use of any ingredients in the brewing process other than these raw materials.
Muntons Gold Imperial Stout