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Fraoch Heather Ale  (23A) - EXTRACT

Fraoch Heather Ale (23A) - EXTRACT

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Item Number:BE1-R03576

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Williams Bros Brewing Co. Scotland.

Features heather tips. You will need a strainer for the heather tips. See the related products below for our recommendation.

Makes 5 US gallons
5 Stars
Classic Review
This is fantastic. Fruity taste and very light. I think it tasted best warmer but the carbonation was so great with priming sugar that I would lose more than half the bottle with head overflow. I am going to use Munton's carbonation drops in my next batch and lower the carbonation for each bottle. I want to keep some Fraoch all the time. You have to try it! Very unique!
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
4 Stars
Classic Review
Truly looking forward to trying this beer. It's in the secondary now and smells so good. My only complaint so far is the recipe says nothing about removing the heather tops, I didn't know if the heather tops should go into the primary or if I should siphon the wort out from under the heather tops. I went ahead and just dumped everything into the primary. When I tried to move to the secondary I couldn't siphon because the heather tops clogged everything up. I sanitized a screen colander and poured into my secondary collecting the bulk of the heather tops in the colander then I let the wort settle for a couple of days, then transferred back to my primary (now secondary) and will let this ferment for 5-7 days. I am planning on filtering the beer on the way to the priming bucket as there still seems to be some heather in there.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014

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