Want to learn more about Angel Yellow Label?

Mashing a bourbon wash can be a total pain in the but . . . . unless you have the cheat code!

This recipe lets you skip the tough parts and just get stuck into fermenting corn to make bourbon.

12 kg (26.5lb) of cracked corn
5kg (11 lb) of ale malt
1kg (2.2 lb) crystal malt

Add 75L (19.8 gal) of boiling water into a fermenter. Stir in all the grain slowly and then wait for it to cool down to 30c (86f).

Rehydrate 70g (2.5 oz) of Angel Yellow Label yeast in warm water and then pitch it into the fermenter. Let it ferment until fermentation is done.

Double distill and age on oak.

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