How to Make Dundergløgg (Mulled Thunderbeer) LAST CHANCE

As a Christmas tradition in Scandinavia we make gløgg (mulled wine) with red wine, spices and raisins. Today I stumbled over a recipe for Dundergløgg......

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The recipe says beer instead of red wine and the alcohol is not added but develops during fermentation! Too interesting to let go even though it has to ferment for 3 weeks!! Last chance for Christmas

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Collect your ingredients

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Add sugar and 1 litre of beer to a pot and heat it up to make the sugar dissolve

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Potatoes and ginger. Peeled and chopped.

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Everything goes into a bucket. Here it is ginger and potatoes

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Spices

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Raisins

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Add the beer

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Dissolve the yeast in a little water

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And add the yeast to the bucket

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Stir ....

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Done!

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Put on the lid or alternatively plastic to cover up. There must be holes in the cover as the fermentation develops air (I placed a peace of cotton in the hole to avoid things to fall into my brew)

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Let it rest for 3 weeks in a warm place. I'm curious to know the result ....😁 When ready it should be served warm

Ingredients

5 Liters Sweet Christmas beer
kilograms Sugar
4 Potatoes
200 Grams Cloves
50 Grams Fresh ginger
1 Teaspoon Cardamom seeds
5 Stick cinnamon
1 Vanilla pod
Candied bitter orange peel
½ kilograms Raisins
50 Grams Fresh yeast
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