5 Gallon/40 Pint German Sinkenquicken Lager Beer TheBrewShop Custom Brew

THESE KITS REQUIRE A LARGE BOILING PAN AND PRODUCE A LOT OF STEAM AND MAKE THE HOUSE SMELL OF HOPS!

40 Pints of a very blonde German style ale, Sinkenquicken was the admiral in 'Allo 'Allo!

Light bodied and slightly sharp, easy to sink a few pints! 4.2%

Picture is Roa Island Cause Way Barrow, My Father told me it was the sea side and made us spend our holidays there until we found out about Blackpool

 

 

1. 1.5kg Coopers Light liquid malt extract

2.    1 kg  Brewing Sugar

3.      110 g Saaz Hops 

 4.       Lager   Yeast

 Boil 1  (liquid malt extract)    and 3 (The Saaz hops) in as much water as possible( about three gallons is best but you can use much less)

After 30 mins boil strain off into  a clean sterilised bucket and add no 2 (Brewing Sugar) . Stir well to dissolve

Make up to 5 gallons with cold water and leave to cool below 24 C

Add yeast and leave to ferment for about 7 days or until all signs of fermentation have finished.(Bubbles stop rising)

-Syphon off into a barrel or bottles using ½ teaspoon of sugar per pint to prime bottles or 50 to 100 g to a pressure barrel.

Leave in a warm place for 5 days then into a cool place to clear----Cheers!

IF you'd like this a bit more full bodied, malty and stronger try adding 500g of Muntons Light dried malt extract with the sugar.

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