Recipe by lounatic
"Brew your own beer with this extract recipe for an Irish Red Ale. This beer is fermented slowly for a rich flavor, so be patient!"
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pale liquid malt extract
East Kent Goldings hops
Irish moss (carrageen)
1 (.4 ounce) packet
Irish ale yeast
corn sugar (dextrose)
WOW! This beer is amazing! Super smooth and mild with a wonderful malty flavor and even finish. Lightly hoppy and not bitter at all. We opened this after only 5 days in bottle and it was already very flavorful and well developed. Can't wait to see how it is in a few more weeks!
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