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Adnam's Southwold Bitter clone

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Hi, all.

Long time no brew, but I just had a delicious beer, and I'm wondering if anyone can give me some advice on an all-extract clone that can come close.

I'm looking for an extract that can clone a good English pub beer - a mild or bitter . . . something like Adnam's Southwold Bitter, if you've ever had that.

I see Munton's and Cooper's both have an all-extract "bitter".
Has anyone tried those?
Can you recommend one over the other, or something else?

THANKS!
Tom

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the best bitter I have had actually is a BORG member's. Our own THE HAT's Bit-O'-Bitter. It is an all grain recipe but if you have Beersmith you can easily convert it

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Thanks!
Actually, the more I think about it, the more I realize I don't have a lot of time to brew this batch; which is the main reason I got into MrBeer in the first place.

So, calling anyone who has tried:

Munton's Premium Bitter kit
Munton's Nut Brown Ale kit
Munton's Yorkshire Bitter kit
Coopers International Series English Bitter kit

Any preferences/advice what to stay away from?
Generally Munton's superior to Cooper's, or other way around? (I know Coopers bought MB, so maybe that's a loaded question on the MB forum!)

Just trying to get a decent-quality pub-style beer with minimal effort!
Thanks, all!

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