Cherry Wheat Ale
Posted 24 August 2009 - 03:32 PM
versus extract at bottling? I didn't think I would like a beer with a fruit flavoring, but the taste really intrigued me, especially after 4-5 bottles, which I consumed strictly for evaluation purposes of course. I'm curious about what other Home brewers are doing with fruit flavored beers. Here in S.C we get a lot of peaches, I might try a batch of that if there was some thing to caompare it to.
Thanks Again, every one here is always so helpfull!!
Posted 25 August 2009 - 06:23 AM
These directions basically came from a book I have in my library that I would recommend and beer maker buy and have on hand. It is called Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer. It has a few recipes and tips on how to brew beers from every beer style. There is an extract and all grain recipe for every recipe in the book. This book along with John Palmer's How To Brew are what I consider essential brewing literature that every brewer should have. These two authors also do Podcast radio shows on The Brewing Network. Well worth listening to if you like to listen to stuff like that. Almost all of my knowledge came from reading their books, listening to the shows and just diving in and trying what they talk about. I do have a pretty extensive brewing library but those two books and a book by Randy Moiser called Radical Brewing taught me everything I needed to know.
Brewing on the Bayou in Gonzales Louisiana
Posted 26 August 2009 - 07:39 AM
Wash and Pit the cherries. Add them in the last 3-4 minutes of the boil.
Carry them thru to the fermenter.
The flavor and aroma were very big.
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