I made a blonde ale and split it into two secondaries. One had mango, serrano peppers and tamarind and the other had apples and rhubarb. I just tried one of each last night and they are tasty! Anyone else make anything?
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I see that your tamarind/mango/serrano ale won a flight tasting, which is worthy of congratulations! I'm going to try to brew something for next year's fest, just need some time to decide on and fine-tune the recipe.