Brooklyn Brew Shop has a book titled "Beer Making Book: 52 Seasonal Recipes for Small Batches". They are recipes for 1 gal. batches, but they also give 5 gal, versions. They have a recipe "Rose-Cheeked & Blonde". It is a Belgian blonde ale and they use rose hips 20 minutes into the boil. At the end of the 60 minute boil, rosebuds and Belgian candi sugar are added. Hope that helps.Hi there,
Thank you all for the usefull tips. The outcome of rosehips golden ale is nice. It seems I've made a correct point by brewing A belgian blond ale style beer. Only I boiled the rosehips for 10 minutes. Fortunately I've still 2,5 kilogram rosehips in the freezer, so next batch I will boil them longer.
The beer is a bit acid, but I know that will become less after aging. Otherwise I will use lactic sugar in combination with normal sugar for priming.