#3 sounds like an absolute lot of apricot. I make an apricot belgian wit with 12oz of apricot puree, and it already has a faint taste of apricot. I'm interested in trying this recipe now to say the least...
__________________ Primary: Empty Secondary: Empty Lagering: Helles Gutbier Bottled: Empty Kegged: Fox River Trail IPA, Pink Elephant Delerium Clone, Apricot Belgian Wit IV, So Kolsch, Belgian Slut IPA On Deck: Apricot Belgian Wit V, Blueberry Sherry, Marzen, Noble Pils, Munich Helles
Picked this kit up from the brew hut, next door to dry dock for my first brew, brewed this 5/18, will be adding the puree tonight after work. Hopefully it turns out as my wife liked the taste, sampled it from dry dock.
I just bottled this kit and initial tastings at bottling were very close to the original. They must have bumped up the kit a bit though as it calls for more than 7 lbs of 2-row. I did the all grain recipe as a BIAB but fell short of the OG a bit so I wasn't able to top off and ended up with only 4 gallons. Still, can't wait for this to condition a bit and have it ready for the hotter upcoming months.
On Deck Circle: Apricot Ale
Fermenting: Belgian Quad
Fermenting: Amarillo Ale
Bottled: AHS Stone Russian Imperial Stout clone kit