From the HBD Archive
From: Phillip Seitz <0004531571@mcimail.com>
Subject: RE: Homebrew Digest #903 (June 16, 1992)
Date: 1992-06-16 13:43:00 GMT

1) Beer in Alaska. I can't offer much information concerning brewpubs,
but I strongly recommend the beers produced by the Alaskan Brewing Co.
in Juneau (see Jackson's pocket guide for a thumbnail sketch). They
produce a wide variety of beers, with only the pale ale being a bit
pedestrian. Of particular note is their amber, which is far and away
the most Belgian tasting beer made in America (you can tell where my
heart lies. . . . could you bring me back a case?)

2) Oranges. I'd like to use orange zest in my secondary for some orange
flavor and aroma (again, a Belgian-type brew). The question is, how
much? The beer will be about 1.070, using a rather fruity yeast stolen
from a Belgian bottle. Also, should I avoid dry-hopping with hops at the
same time?
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