Dragon bitter(m)

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Dragon bitter(m)
Dragon bitter(m).png
Released11 July 2005 (Update)
Quest itemNo
ExamineThis looks a good deal stronger than normal Dragon Bitter.
Value2 coins
High alch1 coin
Low alch0 coins
Weight0.55 kg
Grand Exchange
Exchange480 coins (info)
Buy limit2,000
Daily volume1
Advanced data
Item ID5745
Dragon bitter(m) detail.png

Mature dragon bitter is a stat enhancing beer that temporarily enhances a player's Strength level by 3 at the cost of 6 levels in Attack. It is the stronger, or 'mature' version of the regular Dragon bitter, which adds 2 levels to Strength and removes 4 from Attack (the same effects as an Asgarnian ale). Its effects are not incredibly useful, as strength mix and strength potions are much cheaper and can give 3-12 Strength and can carry multiple doses in one slot without any negative effects.

When brewing Dragon bitter, there is a small chance that it will turn out mature. As maturation occurs during the brewing process, leaving normal ale in the vat after it has finished brewing will not cause it to turn mature or go bad. The chance of getting a mature ale can be increased by adding the stuff to the vat just prior to adding the hops.

Players can brew it in either the Keldagrim or Port Phasmatys breweries.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Increases Strength level by 3
  • Heals 2 hitpoints
  • Lowers Attack level by 6

Creation[edit | edit source]

Cooking Cooking39 ?347
Member icon.png
Ticks3 (1.8s)
ToolsNoneFacilitiesBrewery icon.png Brewery
Bucket of water.pngBucket of water266
Barley malt.pngBarley malt22,298
Krandorian hops.pngKrandorian hops4332
Ale yeast.pngAle yeast1973
Beer glass.pngBeer glass8560
Total Cost4,229
Dragon bitter(m).pngDragon bitter(m)83,840

Instructions[edit | edit source]

1. Use 2 bucket of water on the fermenting vat
2. Use 2 barley malt on the fermenting vat
3. Optional: Use 1 the stuff on the fermenting vat, increasing the chance to mature the ale from 5% to 36%
4. Use 4 krandorian hops on the fermenting vat
5. Use 1 ale yeast on the fermenting vat
6. Wait 1–5 days until the beer has fermented
7. Use 8 beer glasses on the completed ale in the fermenting vat