Organic malts beer have less protein and has to be clearer beer therefore the expense cost goes a bit high. Let us take a brief look at how you can brew organic beer at home and kill the summer heat in a healthy way. Be prepared for the challenging task as the reward is surely going to sweep you off your feet.
First and the foremost step is to educate yourself about the organic ingredients. U.S Department of Agriculture sets the standards for all the organic products and the amount of organic used in an organic beer defines it quality. As per the rule only 5% ingredients used can be non-organic when brewing the organic beer. But if you want you can go 100% organic including using the organic brewing container.
The ingredients that are used for brewing organic beer are all mostly grown organically and therefore cost more since the production of yields are typically reduced by not using any artificial chemicals. An average small batch of brewing organic beer will cost you around $200 which would also include the cost of the equipments used.
Buying the organic ingredients is not difficult anymore, thanks to home brew suppliers who supply all the ingredients for you to get started. Water, hops, barley malt and yeast are the basic ingredients that you would need and can be easily found at the local home brew store near you.
Now its time to understand the complete process. Boil water, hops and malt together and quantity depends on the amount of beer you want to brew. Regarding the ratio specification either you can ask the home brew supply store or can also find it online by logging to any organic beer brewer website. Once your mixture is ready, it is then cooled and later the yeast is added. This mixture is then sealed in a airtight container.
Let the container sit for 7 to 14 days and by the time the yeast would have consumed the sugar in the mixture and would have fallen to the bottom of the container.
Bottle the brew which means allow it to mature for a week and finally after 7 days you can just crack open to enjoy your completely organic beer, the fruit of your hardwork.