Tangerine Ravine Pale Ale Extract 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.
- 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
|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|
Prominent hop aromas and flavors of grapefruit, lemon and floral deliciousness are complemented by dazzling notes of tangerine, and persist down the steep embankments of your favorite glass until the bottom is finally reached. Take a trip down into this enticing chasm of tangerine-infused glory, you will be glad you did.
Great brew, love the tangerine!
I would recommend this a a great summer time brew.
As others have mentioned, I think that the tangerine is a little bit light, so I dropped another oz of peel in. I taste the citrus on the back end but not really specific to tangerine. May need to look at different times for adding the peel to get the specific tangerine flavor.
Good overall recipe - could be a bit more fruity
I brewed the extract kit for this beer and two things: it took at least four weeks in the bottle to condition to the point where I could taste the tangerine; maybe it will get better with time. But I feel that there should have been more tangerine in this recipe than what was supplied. I'm not trying to be too critical as this was my first shot at a citrus pale ale. But I think if the instructions included the option for more tangerine peel it could help beginners like myself.