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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selection not what it used to be, I now need multiple sources for labels caps etc
Prompt service. I just bottles 6 gallons of tart cherry wine that has been aging for a few months. 4 oz of your cherry extract and 2 1/2 cups sugar produced a very excellent semi-sweet wine. Best cherry flavoring I have ever used.