Vintners Harvest Apricot Puree

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Sterile apricot puree can be added directly to primary or secondary fermenter.

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Sterile apricot puree can be added directly to the primary or secondary fermenter - do not boil.

Oregon Fruit Purees can be used in any beer or wine recipe that calls for fruit. The purees contain no seeds and have been commercially sterilized. Because the seeds have been removed, purees are slightly more concentrated than whole fruit. Use 10-15% less apricot puree than called for by recipe. Contains 3 lbs, 1 oz of puree.

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Delicious and easy to use!
This was the perfect ingredient for making my pyramid apricot clone.
November 4, 2015
Great for a Hefeweizen
I added this to my exctract hefeweizen about 4 days after fermentation began, let it set in there for about 12 more days. Came out great. Nice subtle but noticeable apricot flavor. This one was a hit at the office, doing it again this summer. Added 1 full can to a 5 gallon batch.
April 15, 2013
Great product, however do your research first!
I just recently brewed 10 gallons of Apricot Wheat. I was a little apprehensive as far as how much puree to use so I only used 1 can per 5 gallon batch. If you are looking for a very pronounced apricot flavor in your beer, I would add 2 cans per 5 gallon batch minimum. 1 can, like I did, gives the beer a subtle apricot flavor, which I might add makes for a VERY drinkable and satisfying beer on a hot summer day, however like I stated above, you would need more for more of an apricot flavor. Also, as an FYI: make sure you use a 6 gallon carboy for your secondary, because when you add this product it takes up room in the carboy. I made the mistake of racking into my 5 gallon fermenter for secondary and I ended up having to put it back into a 6 gallon because there wasnt enough room for a full can.
Working as indended
Added this to a blond ale once it reached peak fermentation. Takes pretty good, nice subtle taste. It is a liquid so adding it to a glass carboy won't be an issue.
August 16, 2013
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Would like your thoughts on adding this to a secondary fermentation with your dead ringer IPA recipe. Good idea or bad idea?
J A on May 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To be honest, I would say that "The Dead Ringer" IPA was created with a purpose, so I cannot say good idea or bad idea. I used the puree for an original brew that created and I am very happy so far with the product. I added the puree after the primary was just about complete and then racked to the secondary which will sit for a few more days until kegging. Hope this will help with your question.
Is there any way for one to add this to BeerSmith? Thanks!
C O on Jun 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Corey,

You'll need to add it as a "new" item in the grain/extract/fermentables category. When one can is diluted to a one gallon solution, the gravity will be approximately 1.040, depending on the exact sugar content of the puree. H

Hope that helps!

Cheers,

Charles

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