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Basic Brewing in Runescape
Another small part of RuneScape is Brewing ales and ciders, just like Gnome Cooking. Here is a basic guide for brewing in Runescape. Just go through and have fun in the game!
You'll need to know where to make your own brews. There are 2 Breweries, and they can be found in:
Keldagrim - above the bar.
Port Phasmatys - below the inn.
Note: The Port Phasmatys Vat seems to take longer to brew ales than the one in Keldagrim.
Now you need to find out which ales you can make. To do this, just click on the cooking icon in your stats menu and select the "Brewing" tab.
1. Brewing Ales
Fill the Vat in a Brewery with 2 buckets of water.
Put 2 handfuls of Barley Malts (cook a Barley on a Range) in the Vat.
Place your main ingredient in the Vat.
Pour a potfull of Ale Yeast into the Vat.
Note: You can add The Stuff into the vat after the Barley Malt to increase the chance of your ale being mature. This can be obtained As a prize from the Trouble Brewing minigame.
In Port Phasmatys, the Ale Yeast will cost 5 Ectotokens per pot. In Keldagrim, it will cost you 25gp. To get the Ale Yeast, bring a pot and the payment to either of the guides in the Breweries (Blandebir in Keldagrim and Metarialus in Port Phasmatys) and ask if they have any spare Ale Yeast.
Now just wait for your ale to mature. Unfortunately, just like Farming, it will take a long time to mature. So wait about 24 hours. After that, examine the vat and it should say it is ready. If it isn't matured, it will say that it is fermenting.
When it has matured, turn the valve on the Fermentation Vat and the mixture will pour into the barrel. Just use your beer glasses on the barrel to fill them with the ale.
2. Brewing Cider
To brew your very own Cider...
Bring 16 Apples and 4 Buckets to the Vat.
Crush the apples using the Cider Press.
Fill four buckets with the apple-mush and pour them into the Vat.
Then just pour a pot of Ale Yeast into the vat, and wait for it to mature.
Again, Cider can take up to 24 hours, so sit back and play some Castle Wars, or other Runescape mini-games. Or even go out and do something in the real world (Real...World...?)
3. Bad Ale
Sometimes your character will fail at brewing the different kinds of Ales, and it will become un-drinkable. The Vat will have Bad Ale in it, should the fermenting process fail. Simply turn the valve and choose the "Drain Barrel" option to remove the ale and start over.
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