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Sweet Orange Peel - 1 oz.


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Preferred by some to the bitter version, Sweet Orange Peel is the ideal addition to your Belgian strong ales and special holiday brews. Think Grand Marnier and Cointreau...


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Sweet Orange Peel - 1 oz.

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How to use Sweet Orange Peel?
To add a rich orange aroma to your homebrew, add at least 1 once of Sweet Orange Peel during the last 2-5 minutes of the boil.

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Great Peal!
For a great seasonal ale go with these peels. I utilize the whole package along with cinnamon etc.
March 27, 2017
over 2 years ago
Sweet orange peel
It's flavor took my beer over the top
September 13, 2016
The items for witch I purchased was used to make a Bavarian dunkel. ....get beer...thanks Northern Brewer
June 25, 2016
Fast shipping and perfect order
May 7, 2016
They worked well and are quite aromatic. They will made my Blue Moon clone delicious.
March 14, 2016
Great addition
These were a great addition to my cream ale.
March 7, 2016
Not fresh orange zest, but still good
I used a full 4oz of these soaked in orange flavor vodka in the secondary of my Orange cream ale. Very pronouced sweet orange flavor. It is more like candied orange, its very cake-like. Not a fresh citrus orange, but that's not what i wanted it for.
December 14, 2015
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Can you dey hop with this? Is it already sensitized?
Bart S on Jul 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have always added sweet orange peel in the boil so I don't know about dry-hopping with it. I just made a Belgian Witbier and used this...made a great beer!!
If a recipe calls for the zest one orange how much of this should I use?
Robert R on Jan 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the taste you desire. I use an ounce for a Christmas ale that I make as I only wish a presence not a strong flavor. Sweet orange flavor is subtle. I would suggest you start with one ounce and adjust to the taste that you are looking to achieve.
For an IPA is it better to add to secondary or end of the boil?
B R on Nov 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would add it to the secondary. You will pull more of the flavor out letting it condition for 10 to 14 days in the secondary rather than adding at the end of the boil. Some of the flavor could be lost during primary fermentation if added to the end of the boil. It will add some slight sweetness to the beer if you add it to the secondary. This usually helps balance things out.
I am hoping to add this into a brown ale in a few weeks, but I'm new to making additions into recipes; generally would there be a need to pitch additional yeast when adding fruit peel to a boil?
A shopper on Sep 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You won't need any more yeast, because you are not adding any more fermentables to the boil.

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