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Old 03-31-2012, 06:40 PM   #1
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Default new recipe im trying out

5-6 gallons motts 100%
5-6 LARGE oranges
Safale S-04 yeast
2 cinnamon sticks
1/2 can apple concentrate
1/4 can orange concentrate
1/2lb brown sugar


-pitch the yeast in a water bottle full of apple juice
-juice the oranges
-boil the orange peels in some of the orange juice, add in cinnamon sticks and brown sugar
-pour apple juice into fermenter
-combine with orange concoction (skins and all) and pitched yeast, stirring slowly to mix
-once bubbler calms, get ready to bottle
-once ready to bottle, open fermenter and add in the 1/2 can apple and 1/4 can orange concentrate, then stir it in, and bottle as normally
-pasteurize all bottles as soon as you're finished


starting this tomorrow, gonna keep it updated as i follow the recipe



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Old 03-31-2012, 07:16 PM   #2
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You might just want to use the zest and avoid the pith.



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Old 03-31-2012, 08:53 PM   #3
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You might just want to use the zest and avoid the pith.
good point, time to zest the hell out of 6 oranges!

EDIT: i might also just zest, then peel, then blend the oranges whole, then boil
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Zest and juice it? That's how I use lemons in my ginger ale

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Btw interested in suggested primary, secondary and conditioning times? I left a cider 2 week prim 1 week sec and 2 weeks into bottling. 1st sample tastes like apple champagne but needs more time.

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Old 03-31-2012, 11:58 PM   #6
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Btw interested in suggested primary, secondary and conditioning times? I left a cider 2 week prim 1 week sec and 2 weeks into bottling. 1st sample tastes like apple champagne but needs more time.
i only have a primary right now, going to be getting a carboy when i find one cheap enough
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I've never liked the flavor of brown sugar prefer honey and molasses

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ok i put it all in primary tonight, i used the skins after i zested them, to get the most juice out of the oranges, and added apple juice into the boiling pot to give it a more watery consistency, and now the entire house smells like delicious apple pie, after pouring it all together, it smells great, cant wait to bottle it!
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Zest and juice it? That's how I use lemons in my ginger ale
Do you have a recipe for your ginger ale?


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