HOMEBREW Digest #96 Wed 08 March 1989

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		Rob Gardner, Digest Coordinator

  RE: Killer Party Ale (Mike Fertsch)
  Re: Homebrew Digest #95 (March 07, 1989) (Dave Smith)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 7 Mar 89 11:49 EST From: Mike Fertsch <hplabs!uiucdcs!meccad.RAY.COM!FERTSCH> Subject: RE: Killer Party Ale a.e.mossberg <aem at mthvax.miami.edu> posts a recipe: > For a 5 gallon batch... > 2 cans of Pilsner/Lager or American Light Malt > 15 cups corn sugar > 2 jars Lyle's Golden Syrup (22oz) > 2.5 oz Hallertauer hops > 2 lbs flaked maize > 1 pkt BrewMagic. Three questions -- What is "Lyle's Golden Syrup"? What is "BrewMagic"? What type of beer is the resultant product? I suppose the syrup is some sort of flavoring/sugar adjunct. What is it, and what character does it give the beer? Based on the directions, I assume that BrewMagic contains diastatic enzymes (natural or artifical?) which convert the corn starches into sugars. What distinctive characteristics does "Killer Party Ale" have? Is it a Cream Ale, an IPA, an Old Ale, or a Barley Wine? I would guess it is an Old Ale, based on the Starting Gravity and hopping rate. As a suggestion to recipe posters, please describe any 'unusual' ingredients when posting recipes. Many shop brands are not available everywhere, and we need to substitute! Describe the resultant product -- tell us why we would want to make the recipe! Mike Fertsch Return to table of contents
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 89 18:19:00 EST From: Dave Smith <DASMITH%SBCCVM.BITNET at mitvma.mit.edu> Subject: Re: Homebrew Digest #95 (March 07, 1989) UNSUB PLEASE UNSUBSCRIBE ME FROM THE HOMEBREW DIGEST. I was printing the digests out for my brother, the brewer in the family, but it's he now has access to bitnet on his own. Keep up the good work!!! Dave Smith DASMITH at SBCCVM Return to table of contents
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