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  1. White with One Dark Ale - June 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Also click on the recipe name in red to see the recipe on the Coopers website. White With One Dark Ale.pdf
  2. Backcast Belgian Session Ale - May 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Also click on the recipe name in red to see the recipe on the Coopers website. Backcast Belgian Session Ale.pdf
  3. Hello cummunity, I tried to get the bottle shape by blowing in bottles but they went straight back to origenal shape. Can the deformation cause problems when sanitising bottles? Has anyone an idea how to deal with that? Cheers
  4. Coopers Regency Park Red Ale - April 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Also click on the recipe name in red to see the recipe on the Coopers website. Coopers Regency Park Red Ale.pdf
  5. Czech Mate Pilsner - March 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Czech Mate Pilsner.pdf
  6. Electric Squid Hazy IPA - February 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Electric Squid Hazy IPA.pdf
  7. Day For It Pale Ale - January 2022 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Day For It Pale Ale.pdf
  8. G'day all I work fly in fly out on a 7 days on 7 days off roster and I'm planning on starting my brew the day before I fly out. This could mean the brew maybe ready for bottling while I'm away I'm wondering if leaving it possibly a day later than recommended if it will spoil my brew cheers in advance for any help
  9. Summer Berry Sour - December 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Summer Berry Sour.pdf
  10. Citrus Crush Kolsch - November 2021 Recipe Of The Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Citrus Crush Kolsch.pdf
  11. Hop Slam IPA (USA - Sequoia) - October 2021 Recipe Of The Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Hop Slam IPA (USA - Sequoia).pdf
  12. Hi, i got one of those voyage amber ale kits mailed out to me the other day. I made it last night. One thing I noticed is when I pitched the packet of us05 that came with the kit it was two distinct colours. Not much I could do about it at the time so it's in the fermenter bubbling away. Has anybody ever seen two different coloured yeast in the same packet? Cheers
  13. Off Track Session XPA - September 2021 Recipe Of The Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Off Track Session XPA.pdf
  14. I'm wanting to make a dark porter style ale. I made the Bilby Chocolate ROTM a while back and loved it. Looking for something similar BUT wanting to use what I have in stock. I would love some suggestions. Here's what I've got: Dark Ale kit Family Secret Amber Ale kit Bootmaker Pale Ale kit Dark Malt extract can Amber Malt extract can 300gm Chocolate malt grain Plenty of LDME, Dextrose, Maltodextrin brown sugar and golden syrup Saf US-O5: US-04 and W-34/70 yeast plus plenty of still viable kit yeast as above and Real Ale and Pale Ale Hops include: Cascade, Citra, Centenial, Galaxy, Mosaic, Nelson Sauv. You can probably guess that some of these items are getting a bit long in the tooth; still well within 'date'. But I'd like to use some rather than but new stuff. Many thanks in advance. I'll post updates on progress of the recipe I follow.
  15. Coopers Vintage Ale 2021 - August 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Coopers Vintage Ale '21.pdf
  16. Brekky Oat Cream IPA - February 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Brekky Oat Cream IPA.pdf
  17. Hello! I am still fairly new to homebrewing have made about 10 23L batches of extract and all grain of varying styles and now want to make a sour beer. The process I am thinking is: **INGREDIENTS:** * Coopers Brewing Extract Real Ale * 11g Wildbrew Philly Sour * 1kg Coopers Brew Enhancer 2 * 500g Coopers Brew Enhancer 3 * 1.5kg Frozen Cherries * 50g Citra Hops * 25g Cascade Hops * Lactic Acid / Phosphoric Acid **METHOD** 1. Empty brewing extract into fermenter with both brew enhancers, fill with water to 23L, add the Philly Sour 2. After 2 days, add the 1.5KG of frozen cherries 3. Leave to ferment for 2 weeks and check that gravity has stabilised 4. Test pH and add lactic acid or phosphoric acid to drop the pH to between 3.2-3.8 to sour the beer to taste. 5. Bottle with 2 carbonation drops per 750ml bottle and leave to age for at least another 2 weeks. 6. Chill, crack one open and enjoy the cherry sourness If anyone has any tips or advice or notices where I may go wrong then please let me know!
  18. Reasonably new to this done a bit of brewing on and off over the years however results are fairly hot and cold. About to brew from the lager can and just after some tips and tricks on how to make sure it’s of good quality thinking of chucking in some limes diced up during primary fermentation anyone have any suggestions or anything extra I can do to make it a more enjoyable and less basic. cheers
  19. Cranberry Classic Dark Saison - July 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Cranberry Classic Dark Saison.pdf
  20. I have the DIY coopers brew kit and in the instructions it just says "stir using the spoon" for the brew can + brew enhancer but after 3 days realizing the brew was still very light in colour and everything still sitting at the bottom so i decided to mix it in properly Its been 2 days after that now and during the whole process around its been around 20C-24C and it still looks ok, the foam seems to be less thick after day 2 Im guessing the brew is still good but will just take a extra 3 days?
  21. Return of the Red IPA - June 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Return of the Red IPA.pdf
  22. Hi all interested if anyone has used a bar of dark chocolate in the wort I have tried cocco in a real ale did not like it so mixed it with coopers Stout at point of comsumtion . More of a dark ale and Stout man Atm however not that impressed with coopers Irish Stout and have gone back to Plain Coopers Stout much more liking to my taste buds. CHEERS .PHILIP
  23. hi, i have just started brewing home brews, i have done a coopers lager but didnt use the brew enhancer so i wasnt all that impressed with the taste. A mate of mine said to use half a kilo of liquid malt and half a kilo of dextrose to give the beer more body. Do i also still add sugar as well and do i add extra yeast to the mix, the brew im about to do is a coopers draught. By what i have read i need to boil the liquid malt to sanitize it, is this correct? Any tips i can get would be very grateful for, im gonna go and watch some youtube to learn how to use the hydrometer, thanks in advance for all and any help
  24. Hi, I'm new to brewing and have just mixed up my first batch using the Brew Kit. My brew was at 22-24 degrees when mixed and left to ferment but unfortunately we had a very cold snap and the temperature fell to about 14 degrees overnight - the brew is currently less that 24hrs into the process. Will this impact the brew and should I keep going and try and maintain the temperature at 21-24 degrees for the rest of the process ? Cheers jmursyd
  25. Triple Choc Stout - April 2021 Recipe of the Month in pdf format for those outside of Australia to be able to see the recipe in perpetuity. Triple Choc Stout.pdf
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