[TriLUG] kernel panic with knoppix v3.3 and beer recipe
jim at neuse.net
Wed Apr 21 23:06:18 EDT 2004
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2004 at 10:17:14AM -0400, Jim Ray wrote:
> > I hate mass produced horse p!ss.
> Ever consider making your own?
[Jim Ray sez:] here's the last recipe I used. Despite the name derived from
the animals living in my basement, it actually tasted right good thanks to
my friends at American Brewmaster:
Cricket Sh!t Ale 22 Dec 99
The Ingredients for the Wort:
1.65 lb Wheat Malt Extract (60% wheat, 40% barley)
1 lb Caramel Malt (Caramunich II) 60 Lovibond 2 row cracked
6.6 lb Amber Malt Extract 6 row
2 oz Centennial Hop Pellets Alpha 8.7
2 oz Perle Hope Pellets Alpha 8.2
12 g Whitbread Ale Yeast (1.2 g?)
1 cup Corn Sugar (bottling)
22 qt stainless steel pot
2 qt pot
5 gal glass carboy
7 gal food grade plastic pail with top drilled for fermentation lock
5.5 gal food grade plastic pail with spigot for bottling
Wash and disinfect all equipment and surfaces. Boil 12 qt water for wort.
Boil Caramel Malt adjunct grains for 3-5 minutes in 1-2 qt of water and
strain into other pot. Boil wort for 30 min using hop schedule below.
Strain into 1.5 gal of cold water in 7 gal pail. Cool to 75 deg F. Pitch
yeast and close fermentation lock.
Rehydrate yeast by heating 1 cup of water to 100 deg F. Place yeast in
water. Let sit for 15 min. Add yeast slurry to wort.
Hops Schedule (time until end of boil):
Bitterness (30 min): 1 oz Perle
Flavor (15 min): 0.5 oz Perle and 0.5 oz Centennial
Aroma (7 min): 0.5 oz Perle and 0.5 oz Centennial
Aroma (between 1st and 2nd stage ferment): 1 oz Centennial
22 dec 99 7:10 pm - wort finished and cooling off in sink of cold water.
22 dec 99 10:27 pm 118 deg F
22 dec 99 11:17 pm 108 deg F
23 dec 99 12:02 am 101 deg F
23 dec 99 1:04 am 93 deg F
23 dec 99 1:58 am 85 deg F
23 dec 99 2:32 am 85 deg F 1.035 yeast pitched
28 dec 99 8 pm 65 deg F 1.019 transferred to 2nd stage fermentation, added
30 jan 2k 2 pm 16.5 deg C 1.016
Heat corn sugar in 1 cup of water (woops, I used a quart) to dissolve.
Siphon wort from carboy into 5 gal plastic bottling pail with spigot. Add
dissolved corn sugar. Bottle.
yield: 26 bottles of 22 oz each
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