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Old 05-18-2013, 01:55 AM   #1
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Default Bloody Well White- A tribute to Supertramp- Blood Orange question

Hello all, currently mashing in by "Bloody Well White" Belgian wit and still have a couple hours to find out exactly how ill be utilizing my five blood oranges. I'll be zesting the 5 oranges I have, and will be adding all of the zest at flameout. My questions are wether or not to strain the zest out while transferring to primary or not. Going a step further, if I leave it in for fermentation what do you think about racking onto a bit of the fruit itself? (pith not included of course). I know a big part of this comes down to preference, just looking for a method you've used that's resulted in good beer. Thanks.


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