Greenman's ale(m)

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Mature greenman's ale is a valuable and sought-after brew that is the result of player-made ale brewing and requires a Cooking level of 29. It is the stronger, or 'mature' version of a greenman's ale. When consumed, this stat enhancing beer provides a temporary boost to the player's Herblore level by +2, as opposed to the +1 boost provided by its regular-strength counterpart. There is a 5% chance (increased to 36% with "the stuff") for your batch to become matured.

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

The greenman's ale(m) is the item Falo requires players to show him when he sings about: Green is my favourite, mature ale I do love, this takes your herblore above.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Increases Herblore by 2 levels for the standard duration of stat restoration (about 60 seconds at +2, followed by 60 seconds at +1)
  • Heals 1 hitpoints
  • Lowers Attack and Strength by 2 levels

Creation[edit | edit source]

Cooking Cooking29 ?281
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Ticks3 (1.8s)
ToolsNoneFacilitiesBrewery icon.png Brewery
Bucket of water.pngBucket of water282
Barley malt.pngBarley malt22,406
Ale yeast.pngAle yeast11,126
Beer glass.pngBeer glass8800
Total Cost7,298
Greenman's ale(m).pngGreenman's ale(m)8233,928
Profit226,630[r 1]
  1. Due to Grand Exchange prices changing based on trade volume, this profit may not be fully accurate if the components are infrequently traded.

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 harralander 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