The forgotten home brew
A few click later, I had coming the in post over the next few days :
1 x Danstar Yeast – American West Coast, BRY-97.
1 x Bolster Kit – For American Ales.
1 x Danstar Yeast – Belle Saison.
1 x Coopers Malt Extract – Wheat Liquid Malt 1.5kg
1 x Presidents Sierra American Pale Ale – Beerworks Craft Brewery Series
1 x Thomas Coopers Selection – Bootmaker Pale Ale
1 x Coopers International – Australian Pale Ale
1 x Coopers Premium Selection 86 Days Pilsner
1 x Medium Spraymalt 500g
1 x Muntons Medium Spraymalt 500g
That should hopefully turn into :
1 x Marilyn’s Secret (yes I do like it a lot, rude not too since I got the spare hobs) with a slight twist as I will use the Bootmaker Pale Ale instead of the Sparkling Ale from Coopers.
1 x Experimental Saison from the Pilsner, Belle Saison Yeast and some spraymalt. I’m thinking about putting in some orange zest and other spices/flavors into the pot, still thinking about what.
1 x Pale Ale from the Australian Pale Ale and the Bolster Kit for Ales (Pale Crystal Malt And Goldings Hops)
So there I was thinking I’m all set got a few days work coming up, in brewing I mean. Then I remembered that the seal on the Coopers FV vessel was wearing out and I should have a looksee to see if it could last another brew or I should find another seal online. While looking for said tap I found a whole brew ready to go, just hiding away in the cupboard, doh!
Today, I brewed up a Dirty Marilyn’s Secret aka the normal brew but this time with the left over Joe White Caramalt (from the Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Clone I did) and Belle Saison Yeast, well just because :)
1.7kg Thomas Coopers Sparkling Ale
1.5kg Thomas Coopers Wheat Malt Extract
500g Light Dry Malt
25g Motueka Hop Pellets
25g Vic Secret Hop Pellets
200g sugar, well again just because.
100g Joe White Caramalt
One sachet of BRY-97 and one of the Yeast packets that came with Sparkling Ale.
OG at 1058 at 24.5c