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Pistachio, Honey, Semolina and Rose Petal

by Beer Bazaar

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Baklava-inspired Imperial White Ale brewed with Semolina, Honey, Pistachios & Rose Petals. This white ale features a floral, aromatic and slightly nutty nose, straw colored and slightly hazy due to the wheat used in this beer. Flavor: Pisatachio and wheat on the front end provide a rich backdrop for the Rose Petals with a background sweetness from Honey.

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Recipe Details

Scaled down so you can brew your own 5 gallon batch
Special ingredients
  • 1.5lb Honey (Primary Fermentation)
  • 1lb Semolina Flour (Mash)
  • 3lbs Pistachios (Secondary)
  • .5lb Dried Rose petals (Late Secondary)
  • Wyeast Ringwood ale yeast
Malt bill
  • 10lbs Ashburne Mild Malt
  • 1lb Brown Malt
  • 1.5lb Victory Malt
  • 1lb Carapils
  • 1.5lb Belgian Candi Sugar
  • 1.5lb Rice Hulls
Boil time
  • 75
Hop regimen
  • 2oz Willamette @ 60
  • 1.5oz Fuggle @ 25
  • 1oz Fuggle @ Whirlpool
  • 1.095/1.020
  • 24
  • 10%

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