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- Descend into the depth of flavor offered by this unique recipe. A classic American Pale Ale lends its sturdy footing too deep, bright citrus flavors imparted by the time-tested pairing of Cascade and Centennial hops, and rounded out with a substantial addition of tangerine peel. 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.
- 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
- Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Tangerine Ravine Pale Ale Extract Beer Kit Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1.052 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.8 / 5.04 ReviewsDeliciousI usually don't bottle but I was going on a diet and didn't want a keg sitting in the kegerator. About a month after brewing I popped my first one, then second and well, you've got the picture here. I really like this beer and will definitely make it again. I told my doctor about it and he wants some. My dentist wanted some to but screw him.April 9, 2018Purchased
3 months agoA really great brewThe reason I bought this kit was that N.B.s write-up sounded so good. I wanted to try something besides the Ales I've been making.
I bought the kit thinking that if it was moderately close to the write-up I would be OK with it. The brew I got was at least as good as the write-up. I found a brew that is my favorite (so far).
I always taste the flat beer at bottleing just to see what it is like.
this is usually about half a shot glass... I had 4 shots of this. It's great even flat.
I'm a novice home brewer and enjoy it as a hobby. This is a really great kit to start with. It is unusual and right tasty!March 26, 2018Purchased
2 months agoAn excellent brew any time of year.This was the second kit that I've brewed, and in a nutshell, it was excellent. It was most definitely a crowd pleaser, and was gone in a matter of hours. 2 weeks in the primary, 2 weeks secondary, and another 2 weeks in the bottles. OG: 1.052 FG: 1.010.
I find that the original description is quite accurate, but I also think that this is a recipe that's very easy to tweak according to your tastes. While I think it stands perfectly on its own, I think I might add some orange zest at flameout to get a more pronounced citrus flavor next time. Those wanting something more hoppy might want to consider dry hopping at secondary. Happy brewing!March 7, 2018Purchased
3 months agoClean and crispThis was a great kit. The brewing process itself was easy. I do wish the hop aroma and taste was a little more pronounced, hence the four stars (wish I could give it 4.5 stars). However it is a pale ale and not an iPa, so for me that is a minor detail. The tangerine taste comes through on the back end, and I wish that was a little more pronounced as well. I soaked the peel in vodka for two weeks before adding it to the secondary. Next time I will add it to the boil to see if I can get more flavor. This beer fermented fast. I used the omega yeast option. It hit it's final gravity in two weeks. I took another sample at three weeks and it held steady, so I kegged it early. I forced carbed it for three days and had a couple pints last night. It was clean and crisp with nice head retention. I will likely brew this again.February 3, 2018Purchased
3 months ago
- Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 19 answersdoes the tangerine ravine kit come with the malt syrup and hops?BEST ANSWER: Yes, the extract kit comes with both malt syrup and hops. You can also view the ingredients on NB Tangarime Ravine page under the “Additional Info” tan and open the Recipe Instructions pdf.I’ve noticed that some of NB’s newer kits list the IBUs. It appears that these are calculated based on a 5 gallon boil size but the kit instructions say to boil 2.5. Theoretically, this would yield half of the listed IBUs. Should brewers be adjusting their hop additions?BEST ANSWER: Most kits start with a 2.5 gal volume. Once your finished your 60 minute boil and you've cooled your wort to pitching temperature you transfer the wort to your fermentation bucket. This is when you top off your wort to 5 gallons. I sometimes add extra water to get to the proper O G. Mix your wort well. Add your yeast at this point. If all is well and the yeast is happy fermentation should start in a day our two. Watch your temperature, yeast don't like it to cool. 70° is good to start...aka room temperature. Make sure your firmamentation equipment is sanitized, very important. Hope this helps.New brewer and new to Northern Brewer. What are my yeast and priming options? How do You decide which one to pick.BEST ANSWER: Hi there,
Great question! Any of the yeasts that we recommend will make a great beer. It will just be personal preference. The kit defaults to dry yeast but we also suggest several liquid options. The priming options will also be personal preference. It defaults to regular priming sugar but we also offer fizz drops. Hope that helps! Cheers!