Homemade beer
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Recipe type: Drinks
Cuisine: Aussie
Serves: 8-10
Ingredients needed for this operation are:
  • malt
  • water
  • hop
  • yeast
Accessories are often consisted of:
  • scoops
  • a thermometer
  • dense strainers
  • sheets
  • pet bottles
First step
  1. The malt needs to be mixed with water - for light beer the ratio is 1:4 (one kilogram of malt on four liters of water). The water should be heated up to a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius and this process is called mashing.
  2. Next step is continuous shuffling of the entire content on a constant temperature of 63 degrees Celsius. After a while the entire mixture needs to cool off a bit for 10 minutes. Next, the cooking process needs to be repeated at the temperature of 75 degrees and after that the content should cool for 20 minutes.
The second step
  1. A clean sheet is spread across an empty pot intended for the husk created in the last step.
  2. The sheet will now have residue which needs to be squeezed into the next container. This first squeezing should bring around 2,5 liters of wort. This process is repeated in order to create around 4,5 liters of wort. And finally we repeat the same process again and another liter of wart in order to get a total of 5,5 liters of wort.
The third step
  1. The wort prepared in the previous step needs to be cooked for an hour by adding hops. For five gallons of wort we add 15 grams of granulated hops in order to create a beer with medium amount of hops. In order to create more bitter beer, more hops need to be added. Hops can be added at once or gradually.
  2. After 60 minutes of cooking with hops, the resulting product should be cooled to a temperature below 10 degrees Celsius.
Recipe by LuvMyRecipe.com at https://www.luvmyrecipe.com/homemade-beer-recipe/