Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby itenary » Thu Nov 05, 2015 14:55

Wide range of standard (1 can) and premium/speciality (2 cans) kits available.

Visit www.artisan-goods.co.uk

There is already a free delivery offer for members and more offers for members will be available from time to time.

Standard kits: Altbier, Amber Bock, Amber Lager, Various Belgian beers, Bock, Dark Ale, Golden Ale, Lager, Pale Ale, Pils, Porter, Stout and Wheat beer.

Premium/Speciality kits: American Gold Ale, American West Coast, Bohemia Pilsner, Dark IPA, Golden Wheat, Dark Wheat, English Stout, Imperial IPA, Irish Red Ale, Maibock, Premium Lager, American Brown Ale, Various Belgian Abbey beers, Doppelbock, Baltic porter, Milky Stout, Barley Wine and many more.
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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby kev » Thu Nov 05, 2015 15:09

The style descriptions are laughable.

Look forward to hearing how they turn out.

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby graysalchemy » Thu Nov 05, 2015 15:17

kev wrote:The style descriptions are laughable.

Look forward to hearing how they turn out.

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They didn't make me laugh :scratch: :scratch:

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby kev » Thu Nov 05, 2015 15:22

They didn't make me laugh either, but they made me chuckle a wee bit.

How about :

FLANDERS RED

Reddish coloured Belgian beer


I think there's a wee bit more going on in a Flanders Red than a "reddish" colour....but that assumes it's the proper yeast.

Or how about :

German Dark Beer

Dark German style Beer


How anyone can describe the style German Dark Beer as being a "dark German style beer" with a straight face is beyond me.

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby jkp » Fri Nov 06, 2015 05:03

Some really unusual kits there!

It might just be my internet connection, but there seems to be no prices listed for anything.

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby Moley » Fri Nov 06, 2015 08:15

You have to go in through the "Online Shop" button to see the prices.

Some of the 2-can kits sound very interesting, I might be tempted.
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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby Zod » Fri Nov 06, 2015 09:45

nice to see some quite different beers available in kits. 2 for £45 delivered is tempting....

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby itenary » Sat Nov 07, 2015 11:51

kev wrote:They didn't make me laugh either, but they made me chuckle a wee bit.

How about :

FLANDERS RED

Reddish coloured Belgian beer


I think there's a wee bit more going on in a Flanders Red than a "reddish" colour....but that assumes it's the proper yeast.

Or how about :

German Dark Beer

Dark German style Beer


How anyone can describe the style German Dark Beer as being a "dark German style beer" with a straight face is beyond me.

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Point taken Kev. I will refine the descriptions in the next few days.

The priority was to get the site up and running which it now is but I agree that descriptions (and possibly other aspects of the site) will need to be improved upon.

I am currently working with carriers/couriers to improve on delivery rates and get decent rates for outside of England and Wales. I am also considering establishing a small network of stockists (market traders, small homebrew shops, etc) in order to further reduce delivery costs.

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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby mark1964 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:11

fair play to you. Ignore the criticism hope the business takes off for you

ITS TIME 4 ANOTHER BEER
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Re: Gozdawa beer kits and fine yeasts

Postby graysalchemy » Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:35

I agree with Mark's sentiments, it's not easy starting a business, though getting your shop front right is important but is always one of those things on the too list.

They certainly look like a good range of kits.

All the best with your venture.

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