From the HBD Archive
From: rossini%biosun2@harvard.harvard.edu (Anthony Rossini)
Subject: raspberry ale
Date: 1992-04-02 12:42:47 GMT

Does anyone have suggestions for an extract-based raspberry ale (amounts of
raspberries, hops, adjunct grains, even a recipe?)? I'm thinking about
something like:
5 lbs amber malt syrup
1-2 pkgs frozen raspberries
2 oz Cascade hops (boiling)
1 oz ?? (finishing)
1/2 lb crystal malt...

for a 5 gallon batch. The primary goal is something like a bitter with
raspberry flavor, and maybe even a red-ish tinge.

If I don't care about clearing (the taste is the main important point with
me) , is there any problems with pectin in the beer (or should I not add the
crushed berries until the wort starts to cool on general principle?)


Advice, ideas welcome, flames (seems like there is still too much
intolerance on here -- USE PERSONAL EMAIL, FOLKS! I read the same stuff as
the rest of you HBD'ers, and if you are hot under the collar because someone
sounds arrogant or annoying, don't tell me, since I don't care) send 'em to
/dev/null...

And keep them there.

But about those raspberries... No stout recipes, please. As much as I'm
interested in trying CP's Cherries in the Snow or his Rasp Stout, I've got
anxious roommates to please (taste-bud and time-wise)...

thanks,
-tony

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Anthony Rossini - rossini@biostat.harvard.edu
Department of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health
677 Huntington Ave, Boston MA 02115 617-432-1056

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