Rhoobarb said:Hey Freddy, I've been mulling over doing a strawberry or strawberry/rhubarb ale myself. I just don't want it to be too overpowering.
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Ed,Ed_Savage said:I want to try a blackberry wheat. Like the cheap Henry's stuff they used to sell here in Oregon. I found a wheat recipe that calls for Pacific Gem hops (New Zeland). I read somewhere that Pacific Gem Hops have an aroma and slight flavor of blackberries. I figure I could kick this up a notch by adding a bottle of blackberry extract at bottling time. Or maybe steeping fresh fruit after the boil? Or both! Any suggestions?
ORRELSE said:Super link! Thanks bro....
I'm formulating a strawberry recipe and that had some good info!
No, I have never seen that stuff. Sounds tasty. I'll have fun trying to find it too. Maybe my local specialty brew shop would have it?Ken Doggett said:Ed,
Have you tried the Huckleberry ale from the C'oeur D'Alene Brewery? Very nice summer ale. Light in body, but with a nice hint of huckleberries. With all the blackberries you have over in the valley....let me know how your ale turns out.