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Old 08-22-2012, 03:29 PM   #21
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So after some reading I decided to go with jalapeno peppers. I hollowed out and fire roasted two peppers and peeled off the skins. I placed them in the secondary for two days, bottled yesterday. First taste was pleasant, kind of a sweet taste with a very mild spice in the back of the throat. Can't wait until they're carbed.
Awesome. I was thinking about the "soak jalapeno (with seeds and everything) in vodka for a few days and then dump into secondary" method. Maybe I should try them side by side to see the effects of each method...
3 weeks is too long to wait sometimes eh?
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Old 08-24-2012, 05:54 PM   #22
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So after some reading I decided to go with jalapeno peppers. I hollowed out and fire roasted two peppers and peeled off the skins. I placed them in the secondary for two days, bottled yesterday. First taste was pleasant, kind of a sweet taste with a very mild spice in the back of the throat. Can't wait until they're carbed.
NICE!!

This is the method I have used, sans peeling. Soaking in vodka may work, but why do it?

In secondary or after primary you are dropping the chilis in alcohol anyways.

That is why I don't peel really. I go straight from heat to beer. Preferably with a sizzle.
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