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Old 01-29-2011, 04:35 PM   #11
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This is direct from the email I got for the recipe. So it's the brewer's words. I didn't make this work properly. Ended up building bottle bombs. I found them before any damage occured and opened them in the tub.

[quote] Liquid Panty Remover.
i was brewing about 50 gallons of beer for an upcoming St.Patty's day party,
when it came to my attention that several people there (mostly chicks and including my wife) dont dig beer...so some experimenting gave us this recipe. so far, everyone who has tried it likes it, and it lives up to its title....

in a 5 gal. water bottle pour, in order:
1 gal. water
2 gal. apple juice
3 oz. maltodexterin
1 lb. liquid malt extract (36 pts per gallon wet, 45 points dry) 8/10's dry malt.
1 qt. pomegranite juice
syrup from 1 can cherry pie filling
1 1/2 cup sugar

stir
add 6g. brewing yeast, add waterto top the mix at 5 gal., stir again
place vented cover
soak (separately) 32 oz of cherries in vodka
place mix in dark place,68 deg. F for 5-6 days

get 2 1/2 cases of 12 oz bottles. prime each with :
1 saturated cherry
1 oz vodka
1 oz grenadine
1/2 tsp sugar

pump mix into bottles up to neck, seal shut, turn over twice to mix
store at 65-70 degF 4 days then refrigerate for 4 days...after that they should be good about 6 mos.
after the 5th serving, start asking her for a table dance.
enjoy [\quote]


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Old 01-29-2011, 04:59 PM   #12
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That certainly is a lot better organized than my recipe. Will have to try that out, course I can never follow a recipe I usually end up changing or adding something because either I don't have it or I have it and I like it.



 
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Old 02-01-2011, 11:27 PM   #13
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This sounds like something my wife may like, she also doesn't care for beer (more for me).

couple of questions, what type of yeast do you use?

1 lb. liquid malt extract (36 pts per gallon wet, 45 points dry) 8/10's dry malt." Not really sure what this means? can anyone explain??

 
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Old 06-13-2011, 10:10 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by pshel View Post
This sounds like something my wife may like, she also doesn't care for beer (more for me).

couple of questions, what type of yeast do you use?

1 lb. liquid malt extract (36 pts per gallon wet, 45 points dry) 8/10's dry malt." Not really sure what this means? can anyone explain??
Champagne yeast worked for me. Not sure what that means either I use all grain to make the malt.

 
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Old 06-14-2011, 01:12 AM   #15
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1 lb of LME (Liquid Malt Extract) or .8 lb of DME (Dry Malt Extract). This is a fairly equivalent amount of sugar provided by the Malt Extracts. Liquid Malt Extract requires a bit more volume due to the liquid, but it is a lot messier.



 
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