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Started by LordEoin, September 24, 2013, 01:43:28 AM
QuoteIncluded documentation :INSTRUCTIONS1 - Ensure that all equipment is clean and sterile before use. Use Brupaks Bruclean for best results.2 - Place the BruBags of hops and/or grains into a clean saucepan and cover with 2 liters of boiling water. Leave for 20 minute, then pour the liquid into your fermenting vessel3 - Repeat step 24 - Repeat step 2 and siacard BruBags. Add the bags of malt extract to the fermenting vessel and stir until dissolved usinf a sterile spoon. Top up with cold (preferably filtered) water to 5 gallons (23liters) and stir Vigorously for ficve minutes to oxygenate. Check that the temperature of the liquid is between 20C and 25C then pour in the yeast and stir again briefly.5 - Cover the fermenter and place where it can be left undisturbed between 18C-22C (15C-18C for lager styles). After 5 to 7 days fermentation should be over. Siphon into another vessel (preferably one with an airlock) and stir gently. After 2 days your beer will be ready for bottling/barrelling.6 - Siphon into bottles primed with sugar (half teaspoon per pint) or a keg primed with 100grams of the same. Place your beer in a warm place for 7 days then transfer to somewhere cool for a further 7 days.Enjoy!TEABAG TECHNOLOGYThe BruBag is like a large tea bag. It allows the flavour of the hops and grains to 'flood out' without any messy straining.The Brewer's Choice range of beer kits uses Tea Bag Technology to incorporate fresh roasted and caramel grains and aromatic hops.Here's some more informatin about the hop and grains that I pulleed from HBW's Brewer's CHoice (normal) kit page:Brupaks Brewer's Choice are unique in that they are the first dried ingredient kits that don't require boiling. The bber kits are comprised of first-grade, spray-dried malt extract, freshly crushed grains, pre isomerised hop pellets and genuine brewer's yeast. As the hops have already been isomerised (alpha acids, the bittering substances in hops, are insoluble until they have been boiled in wort for at least 20 minutes) all that is neccessary to release their biterness and flavour is to steep them in hot water for a few minutes.