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I have a kilo of raspberry puree leftover from the Raspberry Wheat beer I brewed and I would like to do something with it.

I'm not interested in lambic/sour beers I'm much more interested is a Stout or Porter in the 5 to 6% ABV range.

I'd appreciate any recipes that you have brewed and can recommend.

Many Thanks. aamcle
 

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I have a kilo of raspberry puree leftover from the Raspberry Wheat beer I brewed and I would like to do something with it.

I'm not interested in lambic/sour beers I'm much more interested is a Stout or Porter in the 5 to 6% ABV range.

I'd appreciate any recipes that you have brewed and can recommend.

Many Thanks. aamcle
That’s only about 2.2 lbs of raspberries which isn’t very much to overcome a toasty stout. I’d stick to a porter with that amount. You could bump it to 1.75-2.25 kilos or 4-5 lbs if you wanted it to be a stout
 
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I am inclined to do a smaller batch :)

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I did a Raspberry Blonde ale this past summer.

90% 2 row
5% Crystal 10L
5% Honey Malt

148degree mash for 60 minutes

Willammete at 60 mins
Huell Melon in Whirlpool and then another charge dryhopped

US05 Yeast
Raspberry at end of fermentation to taste
 
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Giggs, if I read the recipe correctly the Raspberry extract was added at bottling is that correct?

Did the extract have any fermentable sugars?

Thanks all.

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Yes, when I first did this recipe, I used extract at bottling. Since then I have used puree in a secondary. I have also added it to the primary just after high krausen with good results!
 
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