Apricot Puree (49 oz.) - Oregon Fruit Puree

Apricot Puree (49 oz.) - Oregon Fruit Puree

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Patterson variety, grown in California, known for full flavor and aroma.

Use one to two cans per 5-gallon batch of beer or mead. One can will give a slight flavor while two cans will produce a more pronounced fruit flavor. Because the product is sterile you can add directly to your fermenter for maximum flavor. There is no need to boil the puree. This product can also be used to make excellent fruit wines.


  • pH: 2.70 – 3.20
  • Brix: 9.5° – 12.5°
  • Specific Gravity: 1.038 – 1.051
  • Viscosity: 15 – 17 cm/min (Bostwick at 70°F)
  • Color: Yellow-orange, typical of apricots



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Weight 4 LBS
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I can't find frozen
-- Year -- on Nov 15, 2022
Try a Puree and I love Apricots
Kent A F on Apr 7, 2022
I can't find frozen
-- Year -- on Nov 15, 2022
Making an Apricot Wheat beer
Steve L on Jun 2, 2022
Try a Puree and I love Apricots
Kent A F on Apr 7, 2022
Valued C on Jan 25, 2022
looking to brew a philly sour apricot beer
david s on Jan 22, 2022
Research into this product revealed many recommendations
Jason C on Jan 5, 2022
Need pure juice for making mead without the work of getting and making the juice by hand.
David K on Dec 22, 2021
Great reviews, trying something new
Dave B on Sep 26, 2021
I will make an apricot ale this spring.
Mark S on Apr 27, 2021
Used it before for an Apricot Ale. Worked great!
Victor W on Feb 23, 2021
easier than dealing with a grocery store, even if more expensive
Colin C on Jul 7, 2020
For a future peach wit fruited beer and it got me the free shipping on this order!
Brian H on Jun 26, 2020
back sweeten mead
Robert on Jun 24, 2020
part of a summer punch recipe
Patricia T on Jun 10, 2020
For a sour.
Kenneth M on May 18, 2020
Add to a wheat beer.
Michael F on May 3, 2020
Used for home brewing.
Todd A on Apr 14, 2020
Brewing a nice spring/summer wheat beer!
joseph d f on Mar 24, 2020
First time
Richard M on Aug 20, 2018
Best tasting apricot to use in beer
JUSTIN G on Jul 12, 2018
for my apricot blonde
Shawn Mcelhinney on Jun 26, 2018
Want to try in a kettle sour - VH apricot gets good reviews
Mary McCloud on Apr 27, 2018
because its good
Gary C on Jan 31, 2018
Making an Apricot Wheat beer
Steve L on Jun 2, 2022
Valued C on Jan 25, 2022
Is this Gluten Free?
Jeffrey S. Gess on May 4, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Yes. It is made of 100 percent apricot.

4.7 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Apricot purée
Works as advertised.
January 3, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
First sour
Made a sour with Philly yeast with one can of purée and 3 lbs frozen peaches simple to use and tastes great
November 12, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
perfect for summer
Easy, great aroma and flavor .A++++
July 15, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product
I had great results using this in an Apricot Witbier. It was my first time using this brand of fruit puree and I don't know if I'll ever go back to using anything else. It's so easy and doesn't really require any extra steps to your brew process.

I added it straight to the fermenter once a bulk of the primary fermentation was done. It kicked off a little bit of an extra fermentation, but settled and dropped out of suspension just fine.It also added a nice bit of color to the final product
Apricot Wit
Apricot Wit
July 15, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Good Product
I brewed a Saison and added this in the secondary. After 2 weeks it was kegged. The flavor and aroma of the apricot is upfront and finishes with a nice tartness. I used 2 cans in a five-gallon batch. I probably lost a gallon in transfer due to sediment in the carboy. Next time I will try the peach.
December 11, 2019
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy to use, great flavor
For my first fruit beer, I seriously considered making my own fruit syrup, but thought better of it. So, I went with this puree instead to minimize the failure points.

It could not have been easier. I simply sprayed down the top and sides of the can with sanitizer, dunked my can opener in the same solution, opened, and dumped the contents into the secondary fermenter. Then, I racked the beer on top.

After a week, with a some light fermentation activity for the first few days, I bottled. Excellent results. Good, bright apricot flavor that is not too sweet.
June 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5
Great Flavor, Good Price
One can is great for a mild apricot flavor, but if you are shooting for a more pronounced flavor, definitely should grab too. The price is very competitive with other vendors, but I just wish it was a little cheaper across the board!
May 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5
Simple and tasty
I've used this puree twice now. Both times I had great result. It's easy to use. I generally sanitized the can before opening it, the pour the contents straight into the fermenter. It comes sterile, so there is no need for eating the puree and losing all of the delicate flavors.
May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Nice Quality
Easy to use. Just enough for 5 gallons of beer. Great Apricot flavor. I brewed this with an American Wheat recipe. Delicious.
May 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Great for Beer or Mead
One can for lighter styles and slight flavor, two cans for stronger Beers or Meads and a more pronounced flavor. Much easier to use than whole fruit and WAY less mess!
May 8, 2013