Where'd My ManGo Wheat, I had some of the Mango Flavoring left.
Also, my Muggled Pale Ale didn't last real long.
I decided that it would be fun to make and drink a Mango Pale Ale.
Oompa Loompa Mango Pale Ale
I brewed it last Sunday
No big deal.
Some Pale Malt. Some Vienna Malt. Some Munich and some Pale Chocolate for a bit more color.
Equinox (aka Ekuanot aka HBC 366) hops. Centennial hops.
I started my mash before the sun came up.
I drained my wort into the kettle before the sun came up.
I started the boil before the sun came up.
Everything went fairly smoothly.
Fairly early in the day, I had 5 or 6 gallons of fresh wort and pitched my yeast.
With plenty of time left in the day, I bottled a batch of green tea Kombucha and started another batch.
As you know ... I've playing with smoking meats. I've been experimenting with a turkey bacon burger.
Here is what I do ...
I lay down sliced onion on aluminium foil on top of that, I put about half a pack of bacon. I let that smoke for about an hour at about 200 degrees or so. In this case, hickory wood was the smoke flavor.
Then, I chop up the bacon and onion. I add some sort of chopped pepper ... usually anaheim peppers, but jalapenos are a great option as well. If you don't really want spice, I think bell peppers would be nice too.
Add Ground Turkey ... Some spices ... an egg or two ... and mix the whole thing together.
Make 6 to 8 ounce patties.
And put them on the grill.
I also grill up the rest of the bacon (remember at the beginning I smoked about half a pack).
After the bacon and burgers are pretty much done, I put the bacon on each of the patties and place a slice of cheese on top.
I'll let the cheese melt.
And I have Turkey Bacon Burgers. Not Turkey Bacon. but Turkey with Bacon in it.
Yum. The smoke flavor of the bacon and onion is delicious. Yum.
Give it a try.
My beer was rocking and rolling the next day. I have beer ready to keg once a keg becomes available.
And at that point, I'll add the rest of the Mango Flavoring.
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