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  • #16156
    neutron
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    Hi has anyone attempted a Hoegaarden clone on the WW and which is the ideal LME kit to modify from? Any advise will be much appreciated.

    Cheers

    #16693
    msc1974
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    Hi Neutron
    I’ve made several and the easiest way I’ve found (by accident) is to get 25gms of coriander seeds, crush them up in a pestle and mortar and add them to a coffee plunger.
    Now you have 2 options but I didn’t have any oranges so I did it another way and everyone that tasted it swore that it was Hoegaarden…
    Get hold of some Orange SodaStream Syrup ( http://shop.countdown.co.nz/shop/ProductDetails?Stockcode=203753&name=soda-stream-fruit-syrup-regular-orange ) and add 1 large cap (1 to 1.25 caps) of the concentrate to the coffee plunger and add bolding water and let it sit for 2 mins 😯 . Plunge to remove the seeds and add to the vessel along with a standard Wheat beer kit. ( http://www.williamswarn.com/Shop/Ingredients/Wheat-Beer-LME-can#.VCd_cd76I74 ) from WilliamWarn. Easy as that… trust me… it sounds strange but I’ve done this a dozen times and its tastes perfect every time… set you pressure to about 1.5 and just use the kit as if you haven’t added anything anything.

    Enjoy… 😀

    Also… if your feeling adventurous try adding 2 caps of the Lemon and & Lime Syrup to a Summer Ale kit… thats also really nice and refreshing… not as full on as a Raddler but very nice.

    #16694
    haider05
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    #16695
    Anonymous
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