Hello, So Ive been doing ALOT of brewers best kits and did some Mr beer kits...Now I'm wanting to move to All-Grain, i went on northern brewer and found a cream ale all grain recipe. I was reading the ingredients and directions and I know I'll get made fun of but I'm so confused. How much water do i use, how do i know what to put in what? What is a single infusion? What is a sacch' rest and a mashout? It also says boil addition & times, When do i do that? lol. I know, i know its ignorant of me to write this but I really want to learn. And if anyone knows a good all grain with STEP BY STEP instructions shoot it my way...
Anyway, this is what it says. Please someone help, I love american cream ales..
7lbs Rahr 2-row pale
0.75lbs Gambrinus Honey Malt
0.25lbs Belgian Biscuit Malt
Mash Schedule: Single Infusion
Sacch' Rest: 150 degrees F for 60 minutes
Mashout: 170 degrees F for 10 minutes
BOILD ADDITIONS & TIMES:
1oz Cluster (60 min)
Also why is everything so cheap? http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/c...grain-kit.html
Usually when I buy the brewers best theyre like 45 dollars. Anyway, if someone can lead me in the right direction and help me out that would be much appreciated. Thank you VERY much