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Simplicity Candi Syrup - 1 lb.


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A premium clear Belgian candi syrup made from beet sugar. Provides clean honey-like flavor to light Belgian Ales.

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  • Simplicity Candi Syrup - 1 lb.
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A premium clear Belgian candi syrup made from beet sugar. Provides clean honey-like flavor to light Belgian Ales. Great for Tripels, Golden Strong ales, or anytime you're looking for increased drinkability and complexity. 0 SRM, 1.032 ppg.
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Seemed to have worked well, soaked the package in hot water for about 10 min prior to pouring to ensure easy flow and added with about 15 min left in the boil. Too soon to tell how the beer (Belgian Tripel) came out though
February 17, 2017
1 year ago
great product
I use Candi Sugar for my belgian brews and when wanting to add abv without extra body.
July 13, 2013
Matthew, please contact us at Candi Syrup, Inc via our web site for a replacement at no cost. Some time ago we notified resellers of a small batch of Simplicity that was not completely inverted (our error). This batch was replaced and the old was to have been discarded. A pouch may have slipped by as in your case. There will be no harm to your Tripel as this is primarily a cosmetic issue.
January 17, 2012
Ordered 2 bags, 1 fine and the other is white paste
I ordered two bags of this for a Tripel and one bag looked just fine as the syrup was clear and thin like Caro syrup. However, the contents of the other bag was white, thick and pasty. I don't know what happened or if it's going to affect the beer but I don't think it's a good sign whatever it is. I'm worried that the pasty bag might have a lot more sugar than the other.
January 15, 2012
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At what point in a triple recipe do you add this product?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The easiest way is to add it 10” before end of boil but it’s best to dilute it first so it doesn’t get scorched on the bottom of the kettle. However all of the brew gurus say it’s better to add it after primary fermentation. Yeast will go for the most easily digestible sugars first so it’s best to wait until the yeasties have had their fill of malt sugars before giving them a little dessert.

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