1) Stand the unopened can in hot water for 10 minutes. This is particularly helpful in cold weather as it makes pouring the contents much easier.
2) Empty the contents of the can into a sterilised brewing vessel. Rinse out the can with hot water to make sure all the contents are used.
3) Bitter, Lager, Mild - Dissolve 1kg (2.2Ibs) of white sugar into 6 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 5 gallons ( 40 pints) with cold water. For a stronger Ale - follow the instructions above but only top up water level to 3.75 gallon ( 30 pints)
Stout - Dissolve 1kg (2.2Ibs) of white sugar into 8 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 3.75 gallons ( 30 pints) with cold water.
Yorkshire Bitter, Scottish Heavy, Pilsner Lager - Dissolve 1.5kg (3.3lbs) of white sugar into 8 pints of hot water and pour into a brewing vessel. Top up to 5 gallons ( 40 pints) with cold water.
4) Sprinkle the brewing yeast provided onto the prepared mixture (temperature of mixture should be 20 - 25C) Loosely fit the lid of the brewing vessel.
5) Stand the container in a warm place where an even temperature can be maintained (65- 75F or 18 - 24C) and leave until fermentation is complete. This will take between 5-10 days.
6) It is important to check that fermentation has finished to avoid the risk of your bottles bursting under pressure.
Youngs Harvest Beer Kit Instructions
Please note: The information in these instructions are not owned by BrewCo, and are obtained from suppliers of the kits.