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similar styles. They have been developed from much trial & experimentation by brewing enthusiasts so if you like the originals, you will really like these brews. In fact, we often find that brewers prefer these recipes.
Muntons Scottish Heavy Ale 400g Crystal malted grain (crushed) 50g of Black malted grain (crushed) 1kg Light Dry Malt 20g of Fuggles Hops 250g of White Sugar (for an authentic finish) Safale S-04 yeast. Final Volume 18 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt, sugar & grains, reduce heat & simmer for 20 minutes. Add the hops & increase heat to boil for the last minute. Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal. Bottle using only ¾ of the bottling sugar.
Black Rock Export Pilsner 1.5kg Light Liquid Malt 25g Hallertau & 15g Saaz Hop Pellets Saflager W34/70 yeast. Final Volume 21 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt & Halleratu hops, reduce heat & simmer for 15 minutes. Add Saaz hop & increase heat to boil for the last minute. Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal.
Leffe Blonde (Belgium Ale)
The original Leffe was first brewed by the monks of Abbey Notre Dame de Leffe in 1152. The monks provided food & refreshment for pilgrims & as a result h&-crafted their own beers. In 1952 the Leffe Abbey beer was revived & brewed according to the old traditions. Today’s Leffe Blonde is golden yellow with a full-bodied delicate sweetness & flavour balance. At 6.5% this beer is strong & has plenty of aroma. Muntons Premium Lager 1.5kg Light Liquid Malt 500g Glucose 25g Saaz Hop Pellets, Safale K-97 yeast. Bring 2 litres of water to the boil & add malt, glucose & hops. Boil for 1 minute, rest for 15 minutes, then strain. Continue brewing in the normal way. Final Volume 21 litres
Lowenbrau (Bavarian Pilsner)
Hoegaarden (Belgian White Beer)
Known as “Bieres Blanches” in French, the Belgian white wheat beers are brewed using about 50% wheat & a combination of spices, typically orange peel & coriander. Hoegaarden, is a refreshing cloudy lemon coloured beer. The sweet / sour & spicy taste & subtle hop bitterness & aroma makes it distinctively different. Black Rock Whispering Wheat 1kg Dry Wheat Malt 15g coriander seeds (crushed) 2 tablespoons of orange peel (remove pith & use zest only) Safale K-97 yeast. Final Volume 21 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt, coriander & orange peel, reduce heat & simmer for 15 minutes.Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal.
Lowenbrau means “lion brew” & internationally it is Munich’s highest profile brewery. The Special Export, is it’s most famous beer, made under the German purity laws using Hallertau hops, spring barley & yeast. A dry malty finish with plenty of hop aromas. Beermakers Lager (including dry enzyme) 1kg Light Dry malt 300g Carapils malted grain (crushed) 5g Northern Brewer, 10g Hallertau & 10g Tettnanger hops Saflager W34/70 yeast. Final volume 21 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add Carapils malt, reduce heat & simmer for 20 minutes. Add the hops & dry malt & increase heat to boil for the last minute. Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal.
Beamish Stout (Irish Ale)
Founded in 1792 Beamish & Crawford quickly became Irel&’s biggest brewer, producing 100,000 barrels in 1805. Brewed only in the town of Cork, the chocolaty Beamish Stout (4.2%) is exported globally. It’s distinctive flavour is due to the use of both malted wheat & barely in the mash. Brewcraft Premium Imported Irish Stout 170g Chocolate malted grain (crushed 200g Roasted barley (crushed) 500g Dry Wheat Malt 500g Dark Dried Malt 15g Goldings Hop Pellets Safale S-04 yeast. Final volume 18 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt & grains, reduce heat & simmer for 15 minutes. Add the hops & increase heat to boil for the last minute. Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal. Bottle using only ¾ of the bottling sugar.
Samuel Smiths Museum Ale (Yorkshire Ale)
Duvel (Belgian Strong Ale)
Duvel has a huge reputation in Europe. It was first brewed as a dark ale by the Moortgat brewery in Belgium in 1923. One taster famously claimed it was “a devil of a brew”. In 1968 the brewery released a high alcohol golden Duvel with enticing aroma & fruity flavours. Muntons Export Pilsner 1.5kg Light Liquid Malt 400g Glucose 250g of Honey (Alfalfa or Clover) 20g Saaz Hop Pellets Muntons Gold yeast. Final volume 21 litres Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt, honey & hops. Boil for two minutes only, rest for 15 minutes. Strain & add to the remainder of the ingredients. Continue brewing in the normal way.
Samuel Smith founded the brewery in 1758 & today it remains a fiercely independent family firm. Brewed at the original Yorkshire site, the beers are still racked into wooden casks. A complex malt balance, lightly hopped with a fruity grainy finish. Brewcraft Premium Imported Munich Lager 1kg Light Dry Malt 500g Crystal malted grain (crushed) 15g Goldings Hop Pellets, Safale S-04 yeast . Final Volume 21 litres. Bring 2 litres of water to the boil, add malt & grains, reduce heat & simmer for 20 minutes. Add the hops & increase heat to boil for the last minute. Rest for 15 minutes then strain. Continue brewing as normal.
Belhaven Export Ale (Scottish Ale)
Beck’s (German Pilsner)
Belhaven is Scotl&’s oldest brewery founded in 1719. Built on the coast of Dunbar. In Australia, Belhaven Export is like liquid gold & at up to $7 a stubby you may want to make your own. A classic Scottish brew with rich fruit, malt & toffee aromas.
Beck’s was first brewed in the northern port of Bremen in 1873.The crisp dry Beck’s is brewed in accordance with the Reinheitsgebot, the German Purity Law of 1516, that requires beer to be made only from malt, hops, yeast & water.Today Beck’s is the number one exported German beer accounting for 85% of German sales in US.
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