Brew Like a Korean: A Recap

Soak your rice over night and steam until each grain is done.   Cool before placing in a big glass or ceramic jar.

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Start with rice

Add a mixture of nooruk (amalyse enzyme) and wine yeast and thoroughly mix into the rice.

Smell the magic

Smell the magic

Add filtered or bottled water to the mixture and cover with a clean kitchen towel.

Homesick Brew

Homesick Brew

Stir your mash twice a day for about 7 days.

Mash it up

Mash it up

Through a clean cheese cloth strain your mash.  Make sure you squeeze as much liquid out of your mash as possible.

The remains of the dong dong ju

The remains of the dong dong ju

Stir sugar into your brew.   Pour into empty, clean soda or tonic water bottles.  Drill a small hole into the caps to ensure no exploding caps!

The decanting hour

The decanting hour

Let sit in a cool, dark place for a few days before serving.  Keep refrigerated.

Finished product

Finished product

Related posts:

Just Make it Yourself: Dong Dong Ju

Homesick Brew: Dong Dong Ju

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