It is believed that the most delicious beer is made from barley. Well, you have a wonderful chance to test it yourself by preparing a delicious beer from barley at home.
Description of preparation:
At first glance, the recipe of home-brewed beer from barley may seem to some a little daunting, but trust me, once you get down to business, everything will be much easier than it seemed. As for the beer and its taste, as someone who has tried, perhaps, all kinds of homebrew, I can safely say that the homemade version is much more mild and rich tastes. And if we add to this the fact that it is cooked from natural ingredients, then there is even nothing to compare. For everyone who was interested and wanted to prepare this wonderful drink, I’ll tell you how to make homemade beer from barley. 1) Barley grain shift in a two-liter jar and fill with water. Leave for 2 days and do not forget twice a day to change the water. 2) Then we need to drain the water and sprout the grain for 3-4 days, turning twice a day. 3) When the shoots will grow up to 1.5 cm, we need to dry it. For this we spread out a thin layer and dried in a natural way during the day, then you have to dry it in the dryer at a temperature of 75-80 degrees. 4) getting Rid of germs, we grind grain in a coffee grinder. Pour hot water (1.5 liters of water, the temperature is 75 degrees) and insist within an hour. Pots water is drained into another vessel, us it is still useful. 5) Added to malt white and black crackers (I got a total of a normal loaf) and pour 4 liters of boiling water and insist hour. 6) Express the second infusion and mix it with the first. Leave for half an hour and then boil 20 minutes on low heat. Add hops and cook for another 10 minutes. 7) When the infusion cools, we filter it again, add the yeast and sugar, stir well. Put in a cool place for 3 days to ferment. 8) Then pour the beer in bottles and tightly closed and put in the basement for 2 weeks. Ready! 😉 Two weeks later you can taste. Good luck!
- Water — 5.5 Litres
- Barley grains — 600 Grams
- Hops — 5-6 Cups
- Yeast — 50 Grams (half a matchbox)
- Sugar — 1 Cup
- Black and white breadcrumbs — – to taste