Friday, August 26, 2011

Coopers Canadian Blonde Kit - look at

Coopers Canadian Blonde
Coopers Canadian Blonde Kit a metal can of extract required for making beer. There was a small dent as it was not boxed aside from 1" of foam bubble wrap stuck to base.

Coopers Canadian Blonde cap
The yeast is under the cap in this can.
not opened yet hence no pic of yeast.

This looks like old style packaging used on the old coopers kit. The one with the good fermenter not the floppy one.

Coopers Yeast
Golden Mylar 7g packet of Coopers brewing yeast from the Canadian Blonde kit.

Coopers Canadian Blonde Can End
Bottom can end of the Coopers Canadian Blonde can, the instructions and the yeast are on top of this under the plastic cover. You open the Bottom of the can to extract the malt.

Coppers Instructions Booklet Coppers Instructions Booklet P1-4Coppers Instructions Booklet P5-7
This is the instructions booklet you get under the plastic cover along with the yeast packet.

This is the instructions booklet you get under the plastic cover abnong with the yeast packet.
Pages 1 to 4 P1 Record beer details here. Handy for all brewing. Canadian blonde and 1034 OG for me.
P2 a welcome from coopers, requirements and cleaning.
P3 To clean, Sanitising, Useful formula for Determining Alcohol ContentP4 How to mix up the kit.
Pages 5-7P5 Brewing and Temperature control, it says 21-27°C but general advises to avoid going above 24°C. As is distrupts the taste.
P6 Bottling 6g white sugar per 750ml. But since they sell 500ml bottles it would be 4g per bottle or 1 1/2 Carbonation drops a bottle.
Bottom is a warning your country may twist its knickers if you sell the beer without its permission.
P7 is Common Faults and Brewing notes for European Lager basically Coopers European Lagar is a low temp yeast. which means moothing for

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