oh, god...that looks terrible.Yuri_Rage said:If this is the recipe, skip it. That looks positively TERRIBLE! Don't put raw corn, crushed peanuts, ice cream topping, and a corn cob in your fermenter. While certainly creative, that recipe is quite haphazard. Search for "Caramel Cream Ale" on this forum if you want a tried and true recipe that's sweet like Crackerjacks.
Sounds pretty darn good. Do you have the recipe for the cream ale handy? might like to try it one day. I am assuming that it is an all grain, and I am not quite there yet, but one day . . .! :rockin:DeathBrewer said:well, i wouldn't say Mr. Beer has the greatest recipes (they don't even boil) and i wouldn't just throw corn into the wort. don't know what kind of benefit that would have.
Flaked corn can come in handy though. i made a great cream ale recipe with flaked corn recently. it lightens the body and makes for a nice crisp brew. one of my best ever.
Yes sir you are correct.Moonshae said:"Priming" is when you add the priming sugar just before bottling, right? I'd never heard of this as a stage before, and i wanted to make sure i got it right. I like the looks of that caramel cream ale, but the recipe isn't completely clear to my noob mind.