Now I'm filtering the wort to get it more clean and without haze.

Next step after mashing is boiling. This recipe commands 20 g of hops to boil for 90 minutes.

And in the meantime it's Swedish Fika time for the brew master. It's always around 3 and 4 pm. Some wienerbröd and coffee.

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10 minutes before the boiling ends (it went on for 80 minutes already) I'm adding 15g bitter orange peel and 15g coriander seeds. I put them in a brew bag so I don't need to fish for each and every one of them later.

Now we're done and this is the result of 5h 30m of work. I will keep you updated on how the fermentation goes during the next 10 days.

@jeena

Looks really awesome!
Would you mind doing a "tutorial" about how I can get started with it? I want to start too but I dont really know how.

And if you could upload it on #Peertube , it would be really awesome too :)

@selea I'm not sure if youtube saves the stream but if so then I'll try to make a highlights video out of it.

I was thingking of setting up a instance but I feel that I don't really hove enough content for it.

About the tutorial, I see you're from Sweden, I mostly did the first steps together with friends according to this one: shop.humle.se/brew-in-a-bag

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