Subject: Steam Beer
Date: 1990-01-30 16:06:28 GMT
Albert Smith writes: "I want to make a steam beer."
That's my next one, too. Here's what I'm making...
Ole Bottle Rocket (brewed on the 4th of July, American as apple pie...)
6 lbs light dryed malt extract (or 2 x 3.3 cans your favorite)
.5 lbs toasted malt (spread on cookie sheet in 350 degree oven 10 minutes)
3/4 oz Northern Brewers pellets (boil)
1/4 oz Northern Brewers pellets (finish, 2 min. before end of boil)
1 pk. "Your favorite Lager yeast"
I've made many variations of steam beer, but simple ones like this
seem to turn out best, not to mention being easy to make.
Using the general Papazian technique: Crush toasted malt as you would
any grain, and put in ~1.5 gal. water till boil. Remove the grain and
add the extract and boiling hops. 2 min. before end, add finish hops.
Save some for the 4th. (I usually use more Northern Brewers than this,
but then, no one will eat my chili, either...)
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