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Old 08-06-2011, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default Grapefruit Stiegl Radler Recipe

Went to a pub the other day, 100 beers on tap... needless to say I didn't want to leave. Best part was you could by 6 x 5oz. tasters.

In any case, one was the Grapefruit Stiegl Radler, which was amazingly good. Hoped AHS had a kit but not that I could see.

Anyone have a recipe for a clone?

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I've got 10 gallons of pils fermenting right now. I'm planning on just fermenting and carbing some grapefruit juice, and just mixing them when serving.

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I've got 10 gallons of pils fermenting right now. I'm planning on just fermenting and carbing some grapefruit juice, and just mixing them when serving.
How'd this turn out?
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Ha, forgot about this post altogether... How did it turn out?

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Well, I don't recommend fermenting 100% grapefruit juice. I think it's too acidic for the yeast to work happily. With staggered nutrient additions, it still threw a lot of sulfur. It's dissipated a bit with age, but it's still pretty undrinkable by itself. Imagine extra-bitter campari, but with a bit of sulfury funk on top.

If I try this again, I'll probably mix the grapefruit juice 50/50 with some grape or apple juice, or mix with low gravity wort.

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