YMK Frosters

Home Beer Brewing photo for YMK Frosters

Here's a classic beer from down under, unlike it's almost name sake which is actually brewed Up Over (in Canada). Frosters is one of my summer favorites and it's sure to convert a few of your neighbors to the joys of homebrew.



Place 1 gallon of water into the brew kettle. Put the Carapils malt into one of the boiling bags and place in the water. Bring the water to a boil and remember to remove the grain bag just prior to the boiling point.

Stir the dry malt extract into the kettle and boil for 10 minutes. Stir the kettle frequently to prevent darkening the wort.

Turn off the heat and stir in the Muntons malt extract. Keep stirring until the malt is completely dissolved.

Add one gallon of cold water to the kettle. Pour remaining water into your fermenter then add the cooled wort. Pitch yeast when temperature is between 70 and 80 degrees.

Ferment and bottle using your usual methods.

homebrewed beer with malted grains and hop flowers

Home Beer Brewing

Brewing beer is an American Tradition.