Navel Orange Hard Seltzer Recipe Kit - White Claw Style Recipe
It may not count as your Daily Serving of fruit, but the Navel Orange Hard Seltzer is deliciously juicy, with a burst of captivating citrus flavor and a refreshingly light profile.
Its well-balanced flavor boasts the brightness of ripe oranges, and the enticing aroma is elevated by the signature effervescence of a hard seltzer.
Designed with all natural ingredients, and no artificial flavors or additives.
When you keep it simple, clean, and all-natural it’s easy to create a superior beverage.
Whether you’re trying to beat the summer heat, or looking for an alluring alternative, the Navel Orange Hard Seltzer is guaranteed to please!
Note: Yeast is included in the kit
- Style: Alternative Fermentation
- Fermentation Range: 60-80F
- Original Gravity: 1.035
- SRM: 0
- IBUs: 0
- ABV: 5.5%
- Aroma: Fresh, lively navel orange aroma
- Appearance: Crystal clear with no color
- Flavor: Bright orange citrus with a slight carbonic bite
- Mouthfeel: Very light body with fizzy effervescence
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|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||Hard Seltzer|
How To: How To Make Hard Seltzer
“Hard seltzer waters are all the rage these days, so why not ride the wave? This kit is a very simple and straightforward fermentation consisting only of dextrose (corn sugar). The resulting product is boozy water, coming in right at about 5.5% ABV and is then flavored with all-natural crystallized orange powder.
To ensure the best results with this kit, be sure to follow the directions and add the yeast nutrient packets according to the schedule described. Adding yeast nutrients in staggered additions ensures that the yeast remain happy and healthy and will avoid any off-flavors that stressed out yeast can generate.
The fermentation will be complete within 2 weeks or so, but be sure to leave this batch sit for a few additional weeks to allow the yeast to drop out of solution and leave behind a clear beverage.
We have also included more flavoring than needed, so you can decide how intense to make the flavor - add a little at a time and taste until you are happy with the flavor level.”
Had no fermentation and basically threw away the batch