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July 19, 2013 at 3:51 pm
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I was joking lol there is no ratio for making beer that “everyone knows” and you wouldn’t use yeast extract (marmite) lol!
Aahaahhaha. mate you provided lols with that response.
wow, that was educational
So i waited through a 30 second commercial to watch some 4 second clip of nothing? To whoever made that screwup and wasted my time: Fuck You. That is all.
25+40 = 65. I think you meant for the water 65 and 15 yeast and 30 sugar.
Why has a 6 minute 43 second video been contracted to 4 seconds?
my local home beer making shop? are you havin a laugh?
could i make beer from just wheat surgar water and yeast or not thanks for up loading
No, that wouldn’t be funny at all.
it would be funny if you could add to 100
Fuck, you have no sense of humour.
25% + 40% + 95% = 160%
fuck you you’re retarded
I’m sure you’re being sarcastic but just in case you’re not… Don’t try it I was joking!
ok thanks i may try that in a future batch
Yeah I find caster sugar is best.
Really? I find that any type of sugar added to beer gives it a cidery taste. Normal granulated sugar is the worst. I only use sugar for priming the bottles or keg for fermenting the beer i use DME (dried malt extract.
Everyone knows that the best beer is 25% yeast extract, 40% sugar and 95% water. Failing that, buy some imported Heineken.
Malt extract is fermentable and is what you want to use if you want good beer. You should use no more than 25% dextrose in a beer recipe.
Good points. I retract my comment. I really dont know what I was thinking 11 months ago. Was probably just trying to be annoying :/
The syrup IS the fermentable sugar, altho a small amount of corn sugar is added at bottling to create carbonation
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