Pale ale beer " Alaskan white ". Buy Alaskan Amber Beer Here at Craft City The name of this beer style comes from the German word "alt" meaning "old". This refers to the aging that alts Belgian-style witbier Alaskan White Ale is based on a Belgian-style witbier, literally translated to "white beer." White beers, or "witbieren," are named. Alaskan White is a Witbier from Alaskan Brewing Co. in Juneau, AK.

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Ingredients of Pale ale beer " Alaskan white "

  1. Prepare 12 lb of light pilsen dry malt extract.
  2. You need 2 oz of Saaz hops.
  3. You need 1 packages of belgian wit ale yeast.
  4. You need 1 lb of flaked wheat.
  5. You need 1 1/4 lb of munich.
  6. You need 6 gallon of spring water.
  7. Prepare 1 lb of flaked oats.
  8. Prepare 6 medium of oranges.
  9. It’s 1 oz of coriander.
  10. You need 4 oz of corn sugar.
  11. You need 1 of brew bucket.
  12. You need 1 of air lock.

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Pale ale beer " Alaskan white " step by step

  1. Boil 2.5 gals of water in a 5 gal pot.
  2. Steep your grains for 30 mins in a mesh bag then discard the grains.
  3. Bring wort to a boil and add DME, after hot break boil for 55 mins with the hops.
  4. After 55mins add the peel of 6 oranges and the coriander seeds that have been cracked for 5 mins.
  5. Cool your wort, strain it and top the wort with enough water to make 5 gals. Then aerate the wort and add your yeast.
  6. Top your brew bucket with a air lock and wait 2 weeks, leave in a cool room.
  7. After 2.weeks and the airlock has stopped bubbling it's time to bottle.
  8. Dissolve 4 oz of corn sugar to a 1/2 cup of boiling water, let cool and add to your beer then bottle.

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