Tangerine Ravine Pale Ale Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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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 - 70 F
  • OG: 1.052
  • SRM: 7
  • IBUs: 41
  • ABV: 5.3%
Tasting Notes:
  • Classic Centennial and Cascade flavors
  • Bready malt backbone
  • Bright tangerine citrus
  • Smooth, citrusy finish
  • Medium-light body

Additional information

SKU

B11380

Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1.052

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style American Pale Ale/Cream Ale,Spice or Fruit Beer
Fermentation Type Ale
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.

 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
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randy n.
Tangerine Ravine IPA

all my friends enjoyed it, it does have overpowering tangerine flavor , just enough to be refreshing,

S
Steve
Tangerine Ravine

My only mistake was not brewing double batch. Family gathering was raving about this one. Keg was blown in 9 days. The perfect hint of tangerine this gives from the vodka soak is perfect. Warm spring porch drinker for sure. Definitely in the rotation, I did however use a dry hop mesh ball for the tangerine peels, worked awesome!

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ben h.
Haven't made it yet but I'm sure it's going to be good.

Lots of rainy days here has kept me from brewing up my Tangerine Ravine extra kit. But, being that it's from Northern Brewer, I'm sure it's going to be good. In reading the other reviews folks say that the tangerine flavor is very muted, so I've purchased extra tangerine peel and plan to put in twice as much. I'm looking for a fruit level closely akin to Northern's Raspberry Wheat, where the raspberry flavor is quite prominent, but not overly so.

I'm not sure if one can edit a posted review, but if I can, I'll edit this review once I've made it. :)

M
Mitchell S.

Good beer. We doubled the amount of tangerine peels and used a orange vodka to flavor. We put them in a Muslim sack. I am brewing another but this time I’m planning on adding extract for tangerine flavor

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Norman-O
The beer is good but directions are wrong

There has only been a couple times that I have been disappointed with Northern. This is one of them. Obviously they didn’t brew this beer the way they are telling us to. I will help you out on that. Don’t add the tangerine peel and vodka directly to the beer. Keep it contained in a bag or dry hop filter. I read about others plugging up their bottling wands but I keg my beer I had some concern about that and ended up not listening to my doubts. Kegged and tapped for a party. Instant plugged dip tube. Pulled and cleaned. Repeated. Pulled and cleaned. Plugged again. Had to cut an inch off the dip tube to be able to pour without plugging. So now I can add that cost to the beer total cost. Like I said, the beer is good, the directions, not so much.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
69%
(35)
25%
(13)
6%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
r
randy n.
Tangerine Ravine IPA

all my friends enjoyed it, it does have overpowering tangerine flavor , just enough to be refreshing,

S
Steve
Tangerine Ravine

My only mistake was not brewing double batch. Family gathering was raving about this one. Keg was blown in 9 days. The perfect hint of tangerine this gives from the vodka soak is perfect. Warm spring porch drinker for sure. Definitely in the rotation, I did however use a dry hop mesh ball for the tangerine peels, worked awesome!

b
ben h.
Haven't made it yet but I'm sure it's going to be good.

Lots of rainy days here has kept me from brewing up my Tangerine Ravine extra kit. But, being that it's from Northern Brewer, I'm sure it's going to be good. In reading the other reviews folks say that the tangerine flavor is very muted, so I've purchased extra tangerine peel and plan to put in twice as much. I'm looking for a fruit level closely akin to Northern's Raspberry Wheat, where the raspberry flavor is quite prominent, but not overly so.

I'm not sure if one can edit a posted review, but if I can, I'll edit this review once I've made it. :)

M
Mitchell S.

Good beer. We doubled the amount of tangerine peels and used a orange vodka to flavor. We put them in a Muslim sack. I am brewing another but this time I’m planning on adding extract for tangerine flavor

N
Norman-O
The beer is good but directions are wrong

There has only been a couple times that I have been disappointed with Northern. This is one of them. Obviously they didn’t brew this beer the way they are telling us to. I will help you out on that. Don’t add the tangerine peel and vodka directly to the beer. Keep it contained in a bag or dry hop filter. I read about others plugging up their bottling wands but I keg my beer I had some concern about that and ended up not listening to my doubts. Kegged and tapped for a party. Instant plugged dip tube. Pulled and cleaned. Repeated. Pulled and cleaned. Plugged again. Had to cut an inch off the dip tube to be able to pour without plugging. So now I can add that cost to the beer total cost. Like I said, the beer is good, the directions, not so much.