1st Gluten Free -Cloudy and tastes like Grapefruit
I can't find the post where I got this recipe but I know I had to sub Centennial for Amarillo and I didn't use Steel - cut oats or Maltodextrin
Here's the final recipe I used:
Volume: 5.00 gal
Original Gravity: 1.060
Final Gravity: 1.008
Style: India Pale Ale or American Pale Ale
LME - White Sorghum Syrup 3.0 lbs Boil for 60.00 min
LME - White Sorghum Syrup 3.0 lbs Boil @ flameout
Rice Syrup Solids 8oz. lbs Boil for 60.00 min
Candi syrup amber, D-45, 1.00 lbs Boil for 60.00 min
Summit (16.00%) 0.50 oz Boil for 60.00 min
Citra (14.10%) 0.50 oz Boil for 30.00 min
Citra (13.20%) 1.00 oz Boil for 15.00 min
Citra (14.10%) 0.50 oz Boil for 10.00 min
Centennial (9.30%) 1.00 oz Boil for 5.00 min
Summit (16.00%) 0.25 oz Boil for 5.00 min
Citra (13.20%) 1.00 oz Boil for 1.00 min
Centennial (9.50% ) 0.50 oz Dry Hop for 5-7 days
Citra (13.20%) 0.50 oz Dry Hop for 5-7 days
My Wife hates it(and that is who it's for). It tastes like fermented grapefruit and she hates grapefruit!
I went ahead and put it in the Keg but I am afraid it's not going to get any better, i.e. loose the grapefruit taste.
Is there anything I can do to save this?
Why such grapefruit flavor?
Does the Sorghum make it so cloudy?
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