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Old 12-25-2008, 05:09 AM   #11
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So after converting the Recipe to AG, I brewed this with Columbus and Cascades
Added some dried apricots to the last 5 min, and used 2 oz of flavoring at kegging, I think I got it nailed in color and taste.


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Old 12-26-2008, 04:00 AM   #12
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Good to hear! I'm switching to AG real soon(due to some nice x-mas and b-day gifts) Could you post you recipe. I would like to try it once more. Plus the SWMBO loves them wheat beers so that always a plus


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Old 12-26-2008, 04:32 AM   #13
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So altogether, how many ounces/lbs of dried apricots would I need to add to the secondary?

Could I do it in the secondary?
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I tried a very different recipe for this last night and I am amazed at how different the 2 "clone" recipes are. In the Kettle after the cold break, during racking to Primary, I noted the color was pretty spot on.

The Recipe I used was:

9.5lbs Marris Otter
1.75lbs Briess 2 Row American
.25lbs Crystal 60

Mash @ 153* for 60
Sparge @ 178*

90 min boil

Warrior - .25oz @ 60
Tettnang - .60oz @ 30
Cascade - .25oz @ 2

Interesting, the difference between them.
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Curious--where'd you get your apricot flavoring from?
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I got mine from my lhbs, but Austin homebrew has it. Here
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Expect a second fermentation due to the Apricot if you use Puree. I dumped in 3lbs of the Puree and the secondary has started to bubble away. I have no idea when I will be able to bottle this stuff! It may be weeks before the fermentables are all fermented out, again.
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:24 PM   #18
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Anybody try this with an Oregon Fruit Puree, rather than apricot flavoring?
I'm just wondering how much puree it would need.
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I did it with puree, 3 lbs.
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This weekend we have plans to try the recipe that has the 3lbs puree. But we are going to try 2 lbs of raspberry instead, little less fruit flavor, and raspberries instead. Sound tasty? How bout adding some honey in there too? I haven't done fruit or honey yet, so maybe I dont want to try them both at the same time...


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