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Natural Pineapple Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

Description

This is a pineapple flavoring that can be used in the beer or winemaking process. It would work well in a wide range of beers and wines. It would work well in an IPA to make a pineapple IPA, or in Belgian beers and sours to accentuate some of the fruity esters. Made from all natural ingredients, its recommended dosage is up to 4 ounces for a 5 gallon batch of beer, or added to wine to taste. It can be added in the secondary or to taste at bottling or kegging time.

Directions for use:

Start with adding 1 oz of flavoring per 1 gallon of your beer or wine. From there you may add until you are happy with the taste.
  • If you are bottling, add to the wort when you add the priming sugar.
  • If you are kegging, add when the beer is poured into the keg.
  • If you are using with wine, add to bottle-ready wine in the fermenter about 1 week before it will be bottled. Make sure to stir gently.
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Natural Pineapple Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

SKU: LD3762

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$8.99

      Description

      This is a pineapple flavoring that can be used in the beer or winemaking process. It would work well in a wide range of beers and wines. It would work well in an IPA to make a pineapple IPA, or in Belgian beers and sours to accentuate some of the fruity esters. Made from all natural ingredients, its recommended dosage is up to 4 ounces for a 5 gallon batch of beer, or added to wine to taste. It can be added in the secondary or to taste at bottling or kegging time.

      Directions for use:

      Start with adding 1 oz of flavoring per 1 gallon of your beer or wine. From there you may add until you are happy with the taste.
      • If you are bottling, add to the wort when you add the priming sugar.
      • If you are kegging, add when the beer is poured into the keg.
      • If you are using with wine, add to bottle-ready wine in the fermenter about 1 week before it will be bottled. Make sure to stir gently.
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