Free Beer Recipe

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Free Beer Recipe

This is an open source beer recipe entitled “cost-free beer”.

Ingredients:
Malt:

  • 9.26 pounds (4,20 kg) Maris Otter (3,0 SRM).
  • 1.10 lbs (0,50 kg) Munich Malt (7,1 SRM).
  • 7.04 oz (200 g) Crystal Malt (66,0 SRM).
  • 3.52 oz (100 g) Brownish Malt (95,4 SRM).
  • 2.88 oz (80 g) Carafa Unique Kind III (710,7 SRM).

Hops:.

  • 7.48 AAU Northern Maker jump pellets (FWH.).
  • ( 0.88 oz/25 g of 8.5% alpha acid).
  • 2.92 AAU Williamette jump pellets (7 minutes.).
  • ( 0.53 oz/15 g of 5.5% alpha acid).

? Seasoning?:.

  • 2 oz (57 g) Guaran? beans.
  • Crush Guaran? beans and infuse in 1 quart of hot boiled water (max temperature level 172.4 F/78.0 C).
  • Filter the mixture as well as contribute to the boiling wort the last 15 minutes.

Yeast:.

  • London Ale (White Labs #WLP 013).

Step by Step.

  1. Mash crushed grains at 150.8 F (66,0 C) in 14,01 quarts (13,26 L) of Water.
  2. Hold mash at 150.8 F (66,0 C) for 60 mins.
  3. Warmth to 161.6 F (72,0 C).
  4. Hold mash at 161.6 F (72,0 C) for 5 mins.
  5. Warm to 172.4 F (78,0 C).
  6. Hold mash at 172.4 F (78,0 C) for 10 minutes.

Sparge with 4.09 gallons (15,49 L) of 172.4 F (78,0 C) water.

Collect 6 gallons (22,7 L) of wort.
Keep in mind to add Northern Brewer jumps at the start of sparge a.k.a. First Wort Hops/FWH.

Steam wort for 60 minutes.
Adding the Guaran? mix the last 15 minutes and also the Willamette jumps the last 7 mins.

Amazing wort to 67,1 F (19,5 C) as well as move to tidy and disinfected fermenter. Remember to freshen the cooled down wort, dissolving as much oxygen as feasible in the wort.

Pitch Yeast.

Ferment at 67,1 F (19,5 C) till fermentation is completed (aprox. 7-10 days).

Liquify 3.07 oz (87 g) of sugar in a percentage boiling water. Put the sugar blend in a clean and disinfected container, and also move the fermented beer this will make sure even circulation of carbonation sugar.
Leave as much yeast sediment/trub as feasible, in the fermenter.
Beware not to aerate the fermented beer while doing so.

Bottle for carbonation and also leave at 67,1 F (19,5 C) for 7-10 days.

Store bottles at 39.2-46.4 F (4-8 C) for an additional 14-30 days.

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