Honey ginger beer

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
4 pounds Honey
6 ounces Grated ginger
3 pounds Light malt extract
1 ounce Brewers Gold leaf hops
½ ounce Northern Brewer hops
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½ ounce Saaz hops pellets
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Use two brew kettles. In the first, add 4 gallons water, honey, and ginger. Maintain at 180 degrees for 45 minutes. While first pot is heat- ing, add malt extract to 3 gallons water in the second pot. Bring to boil. Add 1 ounce of Brewers Gold to boil for 45 minutes. Add ½ ounce of Northern Brewer at 30 minutes. When second pot is removed from heat, add ½ ounce of Saaz hops and steep. Combine pots, cool, and pitch. I also brewed a second batch with the same procedure, except that I used 8 pounds of honey instead of 4, ½ ounce of Northern Brewer hops replac- ed the 1 ounce of Brewers Gold, and ½ ounce of Galena replaced the ½ ounce of Northern Brewer. Six ounces of ginger seems about right to give a nice balanced flavor. The ginger was grated in food processor, but it had to struggle as the ginger tends to break up into strands that get stuck in the blades. (I did not peel the ginger). This beer had an amber color and all flavors were readily apparent---hops, malt, ginger, and light honey.

The color was a medium amber shade. Original Gravity: 1.051 Recipe By : Serving Size:

From: Big Flavors Of The Hot Sun By Chr File

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