Tangerine Addition

On Tuesday I added the tangerine addition to my Tangerine Brown Ale, the recipe I posted last week.  This is for the GBS Iron Brewer Tournament.

I decided to use the juice and the zest.  First, I took the 6 tangerines and zested them. Next, I used a borrowed juicer to juice the tangerines.  I got a lot less juice than I was expecting out of 6 tangerines, but that could actually be a good thing.

I added the zest into the juice, and heated it up to 170 degrees F, then covered it and let it cool to room temp.  Then I dumped it into the primary and will let it sit for about 5-7 days before kegging.  Below are some pics.


~ by kungfool on November 6, 2009.

3 Responses to “Tangerine Addition”

  1. Weird. It looks like milk in the pot.

  2. Weird. It looks like milk in the pot.

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