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General Homebrew Discussion / Brewing a Maple Nut Brown
« on: December 22, 2015, 05:37:17 PM »
Question for you all... I am interested in brewing a Maple Nut Brown and wish to add maple flavoring of some sort whether it be pure Grade B syrup or an extract. FYI I plan to keg this beer once fermentation is finished, and my thoughts were to simply add a bit of extract when I keg/force carb this as I don't want any more fermentables added to this brew raising my alcohol content? Any thoughts?

Just thought that I would throw this idea out there since I cannot seem to find a good straight answer on this. Last year I made a Raspberry Wheat with three pounds of frozen(and pasteurized by me) raspberries and then dumped the cooled down slurry into my secondary. Being that there was such a mess in the secondary I transferred all of this to a tertiary to allow for some settling before I bottled it. I recently made the same beer, however I added a blend of Raspberries, Blackberries, and Blueberries. Now I am at the same dilemma as last year. After racking to a tertiary vessel, I once again ran into the issue of my auto siphon clogging with all of the berry goo. So, enough of my rambling, and I will get straight to the question. Could I just take the same three pounds of berries and simply run them through my juicer, extract the pulp and toss it, and then just simply pasteurize the juice that I have and add that to the secondary and receive somewhat similar results minus the mess? What are your thoughts on this???

Due to issues with Ticketmaster I was unable to grab tickets to the Saturday 12:00 event with the rest of my group that I am traveling with and was only able to grab two tickets for the 5:30 PM event instead. Is there anyone that will please help me with my dilemma? I will be receiving my tickets in the mail from Ticketmaster.

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