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Old 05-29-2012, 09:38 PM   #1
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I contacted lost coast brewery in hopes of some kind of lead one the tangerine ale. He told me that they start with a traditional American wheat beer fermented with american ale yeast . Then post fermentation add the tangerine essence. But was not able to tell me how much. Any ideas I would like to try it


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Old 05-29-2012, 09:46 PM   #2
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In the recipes I have put together I have opted to use 4oz of flavored extract per 5 gallon batch. I am currently fermenting a traditional German Hefe that I will be adding 4oz of Peach extract to at bottling time and it will be a 6.25 Gallon batch.


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Sweet that sounds good. Have you done one before ?
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Sweet that sounds good. Have you done one before ?
I have and it works well, you may have to play with the amount depending on the strength of the extract though because it's pretty concentrated stuff.
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You think not as much or a little more?
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:46 AM   #6
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Saw the title and immediately thought of lost coast tangerine. Every time I visit parents in fla, I load up on it. So what extract have you been using?
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Haven't tried it myself yet but they said tangerine essence . You can probably get it at any grocery store.
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You think not as much or a little more?
With flavor extracts I always tend to go lighter the first time and then tweak the recipe depending on the final results, that's how I generally approach these things.


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