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Malted Grain

Add Extracts, Malted Grains or Other Fermentables

Fermentables are sugary foods that yeast eat to produce alcohol and carbon dioxide. Malted grains also play a key role in adding flavor and color to your home brew.


Hop Cones

Add Hops for Bittering, Aroma and Freshness

Hops are the key to balancing the sweetness of your beer. They add pleasant aromas, bitterness and aid in preserving your homebrew.


Homebrew Yeast

Add Yeast to Create Alcohol and Carbon Dioxide

Yeast is the magic ingredient that turns flat sugary wort into the delicious alcohol filled homebrew we all love to drink. Yeast also plays an important role in the flavor of homebrew.

Other Stuff

Irish Moss

Add Other Stuff to Enhance Flavor, Clarity and Body

The great thing about making your own beer is that you have complete control over what goes into it. You can add various ingredients to produce numerous different results.

Mash Steps

Mash Steps

Add Mash Steps for Planning the Perfect Conversion

If you are an extract brewer you can ignore this step. Mashing is a simple technique in which your malted grains are soaked and the amylase enzymes from the grains convert their starch to fermentable sugars.

Special Instructions

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Examples: steep specialty grains at 168F for 20 minutes, Ferment at 68F for 14 days, etc.


Recipe Facts

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  • 5.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
  • 6.50 Gallons Liters Boil Size
  • 60  min Boil Time
  • 1.000 OG
  • 1.000 FG
  • 0.0 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
  • 0.00 BG:GU
  • 0.0° SRM Color
  • 75% Efficiency
  • 0% ABV Alcohol
  • 0 per 12oz Calories

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