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Watermelon Extract 4 oz.

$4.99

Product Number: 7875

Availability: In stock

These extracts should be added to your bottling bucket just prior to bottling. Traditionally, fruit flavors were added to wheat beers, witbiers, blonde ales, porter and stouts. Today, breweries are adding these flavors to just about any style of beer.

Since the extract is added at bottling time, it is very easy to flavor only part of the batch. For example, if you made a Midwest Porter, you could bottle half of the batch without the extract, then add half the bottle of extract to the bottling bucket, stir, and bottle the rest. Use up to 4 oz. per 5 gallon batch.

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Works in a wheat beer Review by Dan

(Posted on 1/11/14)

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I used around 2/3 of the bottle in a wheat beer to add some watermelon taste. The taste was present but not too strong and it was the effect I was looking for.

this one is ok Review by Chris

(Posted on 10/19/13)

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I'm not a fan of most extracts but this one is ok. It doesn't have the same artificial and strong taste that other extracts have. I use 3/4 of the bottle, and sometimes the full amount.

Use it with water melon juice Review by Nadim

(Posted on 7/17/13)

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I used 2 ounces and added 8 cups of water melon juice that I flash pasturized and added to the secondary, causing a refermentation. The flavor and aroma was pretty good. The extract didn't have the usual artificial taste, it blended with the water melon juice.

One of the better extracts Review by Cap'n

(Posted on 4/5/13)

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I used it in a blonde ale and it came out well, with a nice flavor and aroma. The taste and aroma are closer to watermelon than other extracts are to their target flavors. Its pretty strung stuff, so don't use more than half the bottle for a 5 gallon batch.

Be careful, use sparingly Review by freudhawk

(Posted on 4/3/13)

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I second the other reviewer in using only a very small amount of this. I used nearly the entire bottle (as I have done with other extracts) in my normal "fruit beer base ale" recipe and the results were disappointing. Most people thought it tasted or smelled more like bubblegum than watermelon.

Fruit Beers Can Be Good Review by John

(Posted on 3/15/13)

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I purchased and added about 1.5 ounces of this to a Midwest kit "Boundary Waters Wheat". It gave my beer a nice aroma and pleasuring but not over-power taste of watermelon. It is a hit for my female friends. Just be careful and only use a small portion of the bottle to only give it a hint of flavor otherwise you will ruin the beer. I keep experimenting with all of the extract flavors and have been more than pleased with the results. I am looking for a paradise fruit flavor as well as a prickly pear extract but as of yet can't locate them. Can Midwest contact the manufacturers of these extracts they sell and add these to the sales list???

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