DetailsA golden honey ale with a creamy white head and a full mouthfeel. The flavor profile is complex with orange and fruit and a hint of honey. Caution is advised when consuming this beer. It is has compelled at least one person to run down the middle of the street stark naked wearing only a lampshade on their head!
Ingredients: 7 lbs. Domestic 2-Row barley, 4 lbs. Wheat malt, 8 oz. Caravienne, 8 oz. Carapils, hops, 1 oz. bitter orange peel, 1 oz. coriander, 1 lb. Clear Candi Sugar, 1 lb. Clover honey, priming sugar, and yeast.
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4.7 / 5.03 Reviewsbelgian honeyAWESOME! I love the orange flavor and the added ABV is a bonus. Mine finished at 8.5% ABV. Easy to make and follow instructions. I recommend using white labs yeast.August 15, 2013Very good!I like this one a lot. Used the Wyeast w. starter, kegged, added the honey at flameout on recommendation by my LHBS. I aged this one a full 4 months which likely helped mellow the spice and orange flavors. Wonderfully balanced with a hint of honey. I wouldn't change a thing, except don't expect to get a significant honey flavor if you boil it.January 2, 2014Not too bad. Hoping for better.This was only my 3rd all-grain kit and so perhaps my inexperience caused this to come out less than expected. I didn�?���t like the spicy tones in it and this could have been due to the choice in yeast. Or perhaps there was more coriander than I typically like. I am trying the other Belgians. Perhaps I will revisit this one when I do a few more.February 2, 2012
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