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From: capnal@aqua.whoi.edu (Alan Duester)
Subject: orange
Date: 1989-10-18 01:57:41 GMT

Regarding orange for the honey lager, from Glenn Colon-Bonet and Mike
Bergman: If you're not too much of a purist, you might try looking for
"orange oil" at a health or natural food store, candy making supplies
store, or specialty spice shop. While I haven't tried brewing with it, I
use it in my orange chocolate cheesecake recipie. I would imagine that
the distillation process used to make the oil would result in a much
less contaminated product than messing with grated orange peel and the
natural yeasts.

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