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Raspberry Ale

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Raspberry Ale

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Beer Style: Fruit Beer  (20A)
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons

Fruit Beer


This beer has a very nice mild raspberry flavor, aroma, and color but the beer character is not lost either.


  • 2 cans, Alexanders pale malt extract
  • 2 pounds, rice extract syrup
  • 1 ounce, Cascades hops
  • 8 pounds, frozen raspberries
  • Edme ale yeast

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I used about 8 lbs (11 12oz pkgs) and it turned out wonderfully, not at all overly raspberry-like. I blended them with just enough water to make a slurry and added it to the cooled wort (seeds, skins and all). I also added 2 campden tablets to ward off infection. It seems to have worked. No pectin haze at all. I racked into a secondary and left most of the raspberry sludge behind.