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Old 11-19-2010, 11:24 PM   #1
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I'm making a banana nut bread ale and the recipe doesn't call for bananas or extract just flavor from the yeast. I would like to use bananas in the secondary does anyone have any experience with this? How much should I use, how long should I leave them in the beer? Any special techniques, cutting, anything would help

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Hmmmm I've used ripe bananas for brandy but never for a beer, they have to be brown according to the book I have. There is a banana Lambic on the market that I've had a few time, it was ok.
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