We have 11 varieties of small batch fresh wort kits produced on the 500 litre Braumeister at G&G. Above is a photo of Chris removing the malt pipe after sparging. The unit has a kettle volume of 930 litres and makes 850 to 900 litres of wort per batch.
Our latest variety is a Saison based on a recipe by our old friend and colleague and now brewer at Red Hill Brewery - Simon Haylock. It's a Saison made with Pilsner malt and a small amount of Wheat malt. Bittering hops are Northern Brewer with a large dose of Styrian Goldings to finish. A fruity, dry, well hopped thirst quenching beer. OG of 1.066 and 30 IBU’s with no dilution. With 3 litres of water added it is 1.056 at 25.5 IBU. Use Wyeast French or Belgian Saison or Danstar Belle Saison dry yeast.
Prior to that was "Mosey on Brown" - 17 litres. 1.050 OG approx with 3 litres of water added for a total of 20 litres. IBU 43.
An American Ambery Brown. The recipe came from an in house Grain & Grape competition that resulted in a tie between Sam and Pete.Has a lovely malty profile with firm bitterness. Use Wyeast 1272 or Danstar BRY-97.
You can see all the kits and descriptions here.