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Old 01-16-2006, 03:03 AM   #1
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Hey all. Just tasted the cherry wheat. Recalling that I put cherry puree in the secondary. It went through some fermentation and from what I tasted looks like the cherry puree completly fermentated out. I dont taste any cherry taste in it thats for sure. I was inicitaly concerned about the high hop taste from the perle. I can still taste the perle but it has a more perdomant alcoholic taste now.

The bumber is no cherry taste.... thought the puree would do a better job then the extract..... thoughts...


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Hoping to go to the LHBS tomorrow. Any thoughts on this challenge?


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Sorry to hear that. I was thinking of doing a cherry wheat for my next batch.

There is a recipe in the book that came with my brew kit for a black cherry wheat.

It called for 3 qts of black cherry juice at the end of the boil.
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I have the opposite going on. I brewed a cherry wheat with ~8 lbs of cherries and now I am waiting for the cherry flavor to mellow out. How much puree did you use?
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I have the opposite going on. I brewed a cherry wheat with ~8 lbs of cherries and now I am waiting for the cherry flavor to mellow out. How much puree did you use?
I used a full can, which is 46 oz. The store person said it would almost be too much. Hmmmm.... is there any way to stop a fermentation for happening? Last time I did this I used the exract at bottling and did not like the taste much.... this was many years ago though.... has this stuff improved at all in like 8 years?


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