Yuengling Recipe
Beer
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 15:38:40 -0500 From: Marc Sedam Subject: Yuengling (pronounced Yeng-ling) Another NC brewer is looking for the magic of Yuengling...well I do declare! Heres my recipe. It comes pretty damn close. 5 gallons 4.5 lbs 2-row pils malt 2 lbs light Munich malt 2lbs corn (flaked, grits, polenta...whatever) mash hop with 3oz Crystal Hops 0.75oz Horizon pellets (~12%aa) for 60 mins Yeast Either WhiteLabs German Bock yeast or Saflager S-23 dry lager yeast work well Single step infusion at 148F. If youre doing a cereal mash, I cool it down to at least 160F before adding. As long as the maize flakes are fresh, they taste identical, esp. since this recipe has lots of Munich malt. In my system I continuously recirculate the mash and direct fire the kettle to bring the temps up to mash out around 175F. So I suppose you could do a multi-step mash, but I think the key is LOTS of time in the low temps to get a well attenuated beer. Thats pretty much it. Enjoy! - -- Marc Sedam Associate Director Office of Technology Development The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 308 Bynum Hall; CB# 4105 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-4105 919.966.3929 (phone) 919.962.0646 (fax) OTD site : http://www.research.unc.edu/otd Monthly Seminar Info: http://www.research.unc.edu/otd/seminar/
10/29/02
Yuengling Recipe