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BoozHowTooz.com shows you how to make a delicious Wassail Dark Ale from a popular off-the-shelf beer kit! Get more brewing tutorials in HD from BoozHowTooz.com!Brew with extract and get all the flavour! Make a delicious Wassail dark ale with Cam and Luc ... its a great way to get into brewing.Learn to brew using malt extract. Cameron Wallace and Luc Delistrade demonstrate the intermediate step between kit beer and all-grain brewing. This beginner tutorial will produce 23 liters / 6 US gal of very tasty home brew. By using malt extract Cameron and Luc save time and reduce the chances for mistakes while brewing. Brew beer with extract and get all the flavour!Extract brewing removes the mashing-in and sparging step to all-grain brewing, saving time but costing a little bit more money. Brewing with extract you do add some soaked malted grains which adds more flavour and complexity to your beer than if you were just to brew with a kit.Its a happy medium and theyre some brewers that swear by it and have brewed this way for years. Cameron and Luc brew the beer they want with out a lot of extra time or mess, making extract a natural choice for a lot of home brewers.These guys brew on their back patio, which speeds up cooling of the wort and eliminates some of the odors from brewing that their wives do not take kindly to With their simple gear and process, like their auto-syphon wort chilling technique, Cameron and Luc create a dark, flavourful and low maintenance ale, taste the flavour.Table of Contents:1 Trailer2 Introductions3 Equipment List4 Recipe5 Ingredients6 Set-up7 Soaking the Malt8 The Boil (Part 1)9 The Boil (Part 2)10 Cooling11 Sanitization12 Top-up13 Original Gravity14 Pitching the Yeast15 Primary Racking16 Secondary Racking17 Terminal Gravity18 Bottling19 Tasting20 Credits