Tangerine Ravine Pale Ale All Grain Beer Recipe Kit
Descend into the deep and discover the intense depth of flavors captured in this unique recipe. A classic American Pale Ale lends its sturdy footing to deep, bright citrus flavors imparted by the time-tested pairing of Cascade and Centennial hops, perfectly rounded out with a substantial addition of tangerine peel.
We packed this beer recipe kit with premium ingredients and expert know-how for a fresh and foolproof brewing experience. The finished brew has prominent hop aromas and flavors of grapefruit, lemon and floral deliciousness, complemented by dazzling notes of tangerine that persist down the steep embankments of your favorite glass all the way to its base. Take a trip into the enticing, bottomless chasm of tangerine-infused glory; you will be so glad you did.Brewing Notes:
- Style: Fruit Beer (American Pale Ale Base Beer)
- Fermentation Range: 65 - 70F
- OG: 1.052
- SRM: 7
- IBUs: 41
- ABV: 5.3%
- Classic Centennial and Cascade flavors
- Bready malt backbone
- Bright tangerine citrus
- Smooth, citrusy finish
- Medium-light body
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|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||American Pale Ale/Cream Ale,Spice or Fruit Beer|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
A lot of reviews complain that the tangerine doesn't come through, but don't say what they did. I had the peel in "secondary" (hanging in the keg, low carb) for 1 week before cold crash and carb. At first the bitter hops kinda over powered it, but they mellowed out after a week or so. The beer certainly doesn't taste like tangerine juice, but it has a nice citrus tingle on your tounge and nose. Next time, (and there will be a next time) I am going to move some bittering hops to 30 minutes in the boil, and let the peel sit for 2 weeks.
As other reviewers have suggested, a descent pale ale but I don’t get a lot of tangerine coming through. Wasn’t as fruit forward as I was expecting. Don’t think I will brew it again.
This is my 7th all grain brew using Klarstein brew equipment. Which, btw, is pretty solid.
I was hopeful with this kit to produce a distinct tangerine profile. Not so much. Not even much citrus of any sort. Really nice malt backbone. I would call this a pretty fair pale ale. Maybe even a really good pale ale. But that is not what I wanted from this kit.
I will go back to Kama Citra for a citrus profile. Maybe not necessarily tangerine. But, wow, this kit produces an amazing beer!
I was expecting much more citrus from this. It's a nice pale ale but a minimal hint of tangerine. I'll try it again but probably add pureed fruit to try to get what I hoped this would be.
It was ok...thing was the tangerine didn’t come through at all....