Home brew

I attempted my first home brew last night. An Australian Pale Ale made by Coopers. If anyone has ever tried a Coopers Pale Ale, you will know that it is delicious!
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So, I waited ’til the kids were in bed because the only cool place with a constant temperature in the house is in the kids’ bathroom shower! I mixed up the wort (pronounced ‘wurt’) with the boiling water and the sugar, stirred it all up then added the brewer’s yeast. Next I sealed it all up in the air tight fermenter with the airlock in place.
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Now we need to wait a few days before possibly bottling. Another 2 weeks after the bottling process, and it should be drinkable!
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9 thoughts on “Home brew

    Anonymous

    (1 January 1970 - 11:00)

    Tara

    (29 January 2010 - 16:28)

    Good luck, hope it comes out great ūüėČ

    6000

    (29 January 2010 - 17:56)

    I look forward to a tasting review.

    I made homebrew when I was at Uni – it was so bad we had to mix it 50:50 with real beer.
    Fairly potent though.,

    Rowena Robinson

    (29 January 2010 - 08:43)

    Good luck! My Hubby loves making home brew – that initial smell tho…. mmmmhhh enjoy!

    Rowena

    (29 January 2010 - 13:43)

    Good luck! My Hubby loves making home brew – that initial smell tho…. mmmmhhh

    Emm

    (30 January 2010 - 05:24)

    Ha! Good luck with it – I hope it tastes yummy.

    Terri

    (30 January 2010 - 22:05)

    Goodness me, but what an industrious lad you are! Hope it turns out well xx

    Del

    (31 January 2010 - 11:23)

    I’ll let you all know how good (or bad) it turns out. Today is supposed to hit 37C so temperature control will be crucial!

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