Rapscallion Tangerine Ginger Wit Recipe Kit

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Rapscallion Tangerine Ginger Wit Recipe Kit

In the true essence of homebrewing, a new take on Witbier. Tangerine peel adds a slightly sweet zest up front, with a light palate cleansing spice from Ginger Root. Pairs well with Summer fare, and highly sessionable. You'll find this is perfect for the season.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.042
Final Gravity: 1.010
Color / SRM : 9.08
Alcohol by Volume: 4.06%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 28.97

Specialty Grains: Aromatic, White Wheat
Hops: HBU Packs

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains & Hops. Spices
View The Rapscallion Tangerine Ginger Wit Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
D. Powers

Refreshing, life altering! Don’t miss our, I didn’t!!!

Excellent - my new favorite beer

This is my first time making this beer, and the first time using liquid yeast. I didnít get a starter for my yeast but it seemed to do the trick just fine. It seemed to ferment a little faster than dry yeast. Wow, it turned out amazing. Itís really close to a blue moon. Stored at 68 degrees for 1 week in primary and same temp for secondary for 1 week. After bottling and storage at the same temp 3 weeks we cracked the first one open and have gone quickly though it.

Therese Meisling
Disappointed to the MAX!

I've brewed many batches of beer in my life and this was absolutley the worst beer ever. There is NO tangerine flavor at all! I only used half the ginger and even added 4 ounces of Tangerine essence at bottling and the ginger still over powered it! Base beer taste is boring and flat. All I taste is ginger. If you like flat tasting ginger beer-this kit is for you. Worst ever--Ug!!!

Ruthann Thorne
Great beer

Lovely summer ale.

Steve Lindler
Good beer that's an easy brew

Brewed this following the recipe and it smelled amazing. It went into the fermenter at a higher OG of 1.050. Fermented for 2 weeks at 66F with WLP400 Belgian Wit yeast and put into secondary at 1.010 for 2 weeks. Bottled 2 weeks later with 5oz of priming sugar. Perfect amount of carbonation for what I was wanting. For me, the only suggestion I have would be to double the the tangerine and half the ginger since there is not really any tangerine coming through. Still, it's a great beer that I would make again.

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