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Old 11-09-2007, 10:12 PM   #1
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This is my recipe for my first extract brew:

1lb dark spray malt
100g brown sugar
12g goldin hops
yeast

I'm planning to boil it all for 45 minutes. After which, do I leave the hops in for the whole ferment?


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Most people strain the hops out when they transfer to the fermenter. But it won't ruin the beer if you don't. I assume that is a 4L (1 gallon) batch?


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Old 11-09-2007, 10:16 PM   #3
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You are correct, it's a 4l demijohn. So I should run it through a sieve then?
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I would. That will also help with aerating the wort. But with a small volume like that you could also just pick the thing up and give it a good shake too.
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you could also just pick the thing up and give it a good shake too.
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He means to aerate it. Aerating 5 gallons is a bit of a pain if you have to resort to the shaking method but even I could shake a one gallon container!
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Soooo.... You're saying, cook it all for 45min, then filter out hops with sieve, and shake it to airate. Then pitch yeast?
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Don't forget to cool it before moving it to the fermenter. Cool it to about 70 degrees by putting the pot in your sink with an ice bath. Then strain it.
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Thanks. I'm going to do this tonight (Saturday) which I guess will be your noon.
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Good luck!


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