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Old 09-23-2005, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default GROUP BREW??? Cranberry zinger--from BYO

I'm REALLY tempted to get one of these going real soon--to have ready for Turkey Day. I suggest a group brew because a few have expressed interest in this. We'll include the extract brewers in this, as BYO doesn't provide an AG option and I'm in the mood to brew up a quick brew.
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Cranberry Zinger
5 gallons

OG = 1.044 FG = 1.007
IBU = 11 SRM = 3 ABV = 4.8%

14 oz. Briess wheat dried malt extract
3.3 lbs Coopers Wheat liquid malt extract

2.0 lbs. orange blossom honey
3.0 lbs whole cranberries
2 medium navel oranges (seedless)
2 medium apples (granny smith)
1/4 tsp. yeast nutrients
1/2 tsp. pectic enzyme
1/2--2 tsp. malic acid or acid blend (optional)

4 AAU Willamette hops (30 mins)
(0.8 oz./23 g of 5% alpha acids)

Safale US-56 dried ale yeast (3 packages)

1.2 cups corn sugar (for priming)

Step by step
Bring 1.5 gallons of water to a boil and add dried malt extract and hops. Boil for 30 minutes, adding yeast nutients with 15 minutes remaining in boil. After boil, shut off heat and stir in liquid malt extract and honey. Put lid on pot and let hot wort sit for 15 minutes before cooling. Cool wort and transfer to fermenter. Add water to make 5 gallons, aerate, and pitch yeast. Ferment at 68F degrees. Let ferment until completion. Make cranberry relish by combining cranberries, apples (cored) and whole oranges (rind and all) in a grinder or food processor, chop to cranberry relish consitency. Put cranberry relish at bottom of sanitized bucket, rack beer on top of it and add pectic enzyme. After 7-10 days of contact with relish, bottle or keg beer. Adjust acidity with malic acid, if desired. Bottled or keg and carbonate so beer is fizzy.

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So how does a group brew work? Can we stay in your spare bedroom?

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So how does a group brew work? Can we stay in your spare bedroom?

Shoot...with you riding out this hurricane, the bedroom might be an actual home for you in a few days anyway! J/K....I hope everythign works out for you guys!

Group brew is we all do the same recipe on a given date.

Let's do it.
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So how does a group brew work? Can we stay in your spare bedroom?
I sure hope that wasn't a slap happy to the Austin hospitality..we were actually sincere in our concern.
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Hows about you brew 10 gallons, and give me half?

Nah, actually I'd mentioned before that I liked the looks of this one. Maybe I can put together an AG version.

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I sure hope that wasn't a slap happy to the Austin hospitality..we were actually sincere in our concern.
No, I knew you were sincere, and I was sincere in saying I'd rather be there. I just thought a group brew meant brewing as a group...silly me.
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Nah, actually I'd mentioned before that I liked the looks of this one. Maybe I can put together an AG version.

I'm gonna still brew it extract. I want a fast brew for this one, as I have 3 planned AG batches in the near future.
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No, I knew you were sincere, and I was sincere in saying I'd rather be there. I just thought a group brew meant brewing as a group...silly me.
Well, no Zinger for you! Come back 1 year!
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So, when do you propose we brew it?

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So, when do you propose we brew it?

I'd like to get it done SOON. I want it ready by Turkey day (BTW--you are coming over for the eats, right?)

I figure a trip over to the HBS for the extract and do it the same day. Next week some time? Possibly even the week after. What days off during the week do you have??? October is killer for me.....




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