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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.



    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 ( ) 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. ( ) 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.


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