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Old 07-04-2011, 05:19 PM   #11
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Yes, the JAO I made with it last year was totally clear after about 6 months, and I even blame that amount of time on the oranges and no use of pectic enzyme (or whatever) in the recipe..

So far, what has surprised me, is that it has hit 17.6 % ABV with zero off-smells.. other that some fusel which I blame on the 80+ temps when the AC went out right after I pitched it.

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