fruit beer, cranberry ale, extract
Source: Neil Dryden (firstname.lastname@example.org),
I'd second this opinion. I made a cranberry ale with 1.2 kg (2x600 g)
frozen cranberries that turned out well IMHO. Nice subtle
cranberry flavor/tartness. The ingredients were (if memory serves since
the brewbook isn't handy).
- 3 kg liquid pale malt extract
- 1 kg honey
- 1.5 oz Hallertauer (~4% AAU) boiling hops (60 min)
- 0.5 oz Hallertauer flavoring hops (5 min)
- 1.2 kg crushed frozen cranberries (steeped 10 min)
- Wyeast German Ale #1007
Standard 1hr boil with 3 gal wort, cool in ice water, pour into 2.5 gal
boiled, cooled water. Add yeast starter, rack after 7 days, bottle after
14 days with 3/4 cup corn sugar.