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La Petite Orange All-Grain Recipe Kit


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A Belgian Dubbel without the deep dark chocolate maltiness, La Petite Orange
 is rich with caramel sweetness and a full body that hides the 6.1% ABV very well.

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La Petite Orange Limited Edition All-Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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A simple sipper that evokes warm summery memories with every sip, yet fits perfectly into the colder months' standard brewing repertoire.

Wyeast Trappist High Gravity Y3787 is a great alternative yeast for this kit; it ferments a bit drier with a rich ester profile, malty palate, and has a high alcohol tolerance.

Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for La Petite Orange All-Grain Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBelgian
Original Gravity1052
Total Time to Make6 weeks
4.5 / 5.0
13 Reviews
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Just brewed the Orange
This is one of my favorites. I had only made the extract kits of this beer before and decided to go all grain. I hit the OG 1.052 right on the nose and added the coriander and fresh orange zest so am anxious to get this one in the keg. I brewed this specifically for a birthday friend as she requested it for this August. NB kits are the best!
June 10, 2016
Top-Notch Recipe
I've brewed this kit 3 times (extract and all-grain) and it's one of my all-time bests. Everyone who tries it absolutely loves it. I add the zest of 2 oranges and the recommended freshly ground coriander at flame out. You'll be rewarded for letting it bottle condition for a couple months as I find the spices are strong up front, go away in the short term, but blossom later on as it matures. Use a Belgian yeast strain for classic style or Safale 05 if you're looking for something a bit more "clean". I've used both to great success.
March 16, 2016
Great Beer
This beer is developing nicely. It took two weeks to get here. It took an extra week to make it because it came early in the week. It stayed in secondary for a week extra. It should be drinkable by now, but it is still carbonating, because the shipping threw me off schedule.
February 6, 2016
Great to share! (and drink of course)
Just dumped the gelatin sediment from the keg. First pint has a sturdy white/cream head. Nice color-golden, pale orange, and straw color. First initial taste is delicious! creamy, smooth yet effervescent, and a tasty kick from sweet orange peel additions. I used half of the recommended sweet orange peel and coriander addition (forgot to use the other half woops!) Also I used WLP500 at 72 degrees for about 14 days. Great beer, and I can't wait to have folks over to share it. I can tell that this beer will be enjoyed by anyone who can handle a Blue Moon, but wants a 5 times more flavorful and robust pint. Cheers
January 31, 2016
Very quick I love brewing tv and northern brewer
December 3, 2015
Not overly excited
I bought this kit after trying a couple craft Triples that I really liked. I tried to make the Blanche version of this recipe and in my opinion it came out tasting a lot like a bland Stella Artois. I did miss my gravity by a few points (1.046 instead of 1.051 according to BS2) so this could be part of the reason. Since I don't like the taste of Stella I now have to power thru 50 bottles of so-so beer.
July 27, 2015
Easy drinking
have brewed this with a group of friends many times. started with the extract kit, but the last time did a double batch of all grain as well - used orange peel and coriander each time. We changed things up last time by using Wyeast 3711 (French Saison) in one fermenter - definitely one to repeat!
January 17, 2014
This was the first Belgium style beer that I brewed. I added the coriander and the orange peel. Yesterday was "taste" day and I along with three friends thought it was really good. A great, holiday, refreshing, smooth, brew.
November 17, 2013
Perfect for any night!
I just brewed this about 6 weeks ago (and it has been on tap for about 2), and I chose to add a bit of both bitter and sweet orange peel at flame-out in place of orange zest, and skipped the coriander all together. I certainly was not disappointed!The malt flavor is incredible on this beer, and I love that addition of the candi sugar brought the gravity up a bit without adding body - it provides an incredible balance to the flavor. As with most Belgian beers, the yeast brings the most pronounced flavors, not the hops, making this a very drinkable and enjoyable brew.On my brew day, I hit an OG of 1.050, but also got down to a FG of 1.001, making this beer about 6.4% ABV. The hint of orange flavor from the two types of orange peel, combined with the level of alcohol, brings about an incredibly complex but delicious beer that can be consumed on the warmer nights of summer or the cooling nights of fall.Highly recommended to anyone, it is delicious! Will certainly be buying this one again...
October 3, 2013
Good Belgian, Maybe for souring?
We just tried our first bottle and thought that this was a good beer especially since this was our first all grain. Held back 3 gallons before bottling to sour with Brett. Will find out how well this sours in 6-12 months.
September 24, 2013
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what additional equipment is needed?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: if you have done a whole grain recipe, you're good to go. The recipe says you may add 1/2 ounce of coriander and the zest of two oranges. If have not done that yet. Maybe next time. Great summer beer.

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