prepare the wort boil 3 or 4 gallons of water and cut open the malt pouch. squeeze the malt syrup into the water and stir until all the malt traces are dissolved from your spoon. turn off the heat when the malt is stirred in, to prevent the malt syrup from scorching on the pot bottom
They are basically saying to get your water up to a boil, turn of the heat to prevent scorching and stir in your malt until it is fully dissolved.
3) boil for 1 hour. watch for boil overs which are very likely when the pot first comes to a boil after adding the malt. boil overs can be stopped by turning off the heat and stirring.
This should be fairly understandable so far.
Add the KCS175 (flavoring hops) after 5 minutes of boiling
I hate when brewing recipes time things like this, even if it is more understandable to 'new' brewers... Essentially this is a 55 min hop addition that they are calling a flavoring addition. My guess would be that they are telling you to wait 5 min from the start of the boil to allow for hot break to occur. Personally, I wait for that, then start timing my 60 min boil from when I add my bittering hops.
and both the honey pouch and CKH075 (aromatic hops) after 58 minutes, 2 minutes before the end of the boil stir to dissolve all honey traces before turning off heat
Your aroma hops are a 2 min addition, right before you turn off the heat, and you're adding your honey then too to preserve the honey aromatics as much as possible, making sure it's fully dissolved.
ohhhhh lol yea i was good all the way up tell they said to add the hops and honey and aromatic hops lol oopse
lol live and learn i just hope it don't taste to bad i know its going to be extra bitter since basically it got three times the about of hops it was suppose to get just really hope i dint F up the honey by boiling it for an entire hour.