Killer Party Ale
pale ale, extract
Source: A.E. Mossberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Issue #95, 3/7/89
This recipe comes from Craig McTyre at Wine & Brew By You. The Lyle's
syrup is available in many grocery stores, usually located near the
pancake syrup. BrewMagic is some sort of yeast nutrient/additive. It is
available from Wine & Brew By You.
- 2 cans, Pilsner/Lager or American light malt
- 15 cups, corn sugar
- 2 jars, Lyle's golden syrup (22 oz.)
- 2-1/2 ounces, Hallertauer hops
- 2 pounds, flaked maize
- 1 pack, BrewMagic yeast
In 1 gallon water, boil malt, golden syrup, sugar and 1-1/2 ounce hops
for 8 minutes. Add remaining hops and boil another 2 minutes. Pour into
primary fermenter with 2 gallons water. Bring another gallon of water to
a boil and add flaked maize. Turn off heat and 1/3 pack of BrewMagic.
Let sit 10 minutes. Add another 1/3 pack of BrewMagic. Let sit 10 more
minutes. Strain maize into primary fermenter, and rinse with cold water.
Discard maize. Fill primary to 5 gallon mark.