Vintners Harvest Blackberry Puree

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

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Sterile blackberry 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 blackberry puree than called for by recipe. Contains 3 lbs, 1 oz of puree.

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Can I use this to make blackberry wheat ale?
W B on Jan 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I would add it 24 hours after primary fermentation began. I did it with a porter but the porter overwhelmed it. Still had a blackberry taste but wished I would have double the blackberry. For a wheat, you should be good with one can.
Do you know the Brix (weight percent sugar) of this product? thanks.
J C on Jul 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Greetings,

Thank you for your question. The Brix ranges from 9-16 per can.

Cheers!
I was thinking of adding this in a musin steeping bag to a wine kit...would this overpower the taste if an entire can was added to a 6 gallon batch?
J W on May 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We do not recommend adjusting wine kits. No straining bags should be needed for purees, they are seedless and mostly a viscous liquid without solids. I do not think adding one can would over power a wine kit, depending on a kit, but there are many affects when editing wine kit besides flavor and the kits are only guaranteed if made as directed. If it is a wine cooler kit, I think that sounds like a decent idea to do one can.
How much will a can make? I'm looking at the one gallon fruit wine kit as my first attempt, but I don't know if one can equals one gallon, or a five gallon carboy. Thanks!
S B on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you're looking to make blackberry wine, a basic recipe would be to combine 2 cans with 5 gal water.

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