Peach Puree (49 oz.) - Oregon Fruit Puree

Peach Puree (49 oz.) - Oregon Fruit Puree

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A late variety peach with outstanding flavor, grown in Oregon and California orchards.

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: 3.00 – 3.70
  • Brix: 9.0° – 12.0°
  • Specific Gravity: 1.036 – 1.053
  • Viscosity: 15 – 17 cm/min (Bostwick at 70°F)
  • Color: Yellow-orange, typical of peach



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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 4 LBS

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Jordan M on Mar 6, 2023
Used before
Al B on Dec 28, 2022
Jordan M on Mar 6, 2023
Cloning a Peach / Carolina-Reaper IPA
C Cooper on Feb 15, 2023
Used before
Al B on Dec 28, 2022
Hazy peach ipa
Celia W on Dec 28, 2022
base flavors for a peach and ginger session mead
Stuart G on Oct 7, 2022
Love Peach
Mark Thompson on Sep 9, 2022
Because I wanted to!!!
Krestan Wyckoff S on Jun 8, 2022
Have used before
John G on Apr 27, 2022
I'm making a fruited sour beer
Vinton L on Apr 12, 2022
Need pure juice for making mead without the work of getting and making the juice by hand.
Dave on Dec 22, 2021
Adding peach for a peach pecan ale
Andrew T K on Dec 4, 2021
looking to make a peach pecan beer
Andrew T K on Nov 24, 2021
peter pichiotino on Sep 17, 2021
Richard Glenn on Aug 3, 2021
I have used this brand before and it is a good price
Patrick Bryan H on May 7, 2021
MELINDA E on Apr 29, 2021
back sweeten mead
Robert on Jun 24, 2020
to make a pixie pie beer
Jon Woodbridge on May 20, 2020
Used for home brewing.
Todd A on Apr 14, 2020
Need it for wine
Kim B on Jan 30, 2020
First attempt. Hoping it takes work out of adding fruit
John G on Nov 21, 2019
Great quality. Easy to use
Tim B on Sep 7, 2019
Future Belgian Peach Tripel
Frank Crow on Jun 24, 2019
Peach wine for my brother's pregnant wife (after she give's birth, obviously)
Jerrod D F on May 17, 2019
to fruit a sour
KYLE K on Dec 20, 2018
Mead making
Brian West on Aug 18, 2018
First time
Richard M on Jun 26, 2018
Spouse didnt want apricot or blackberry.
Eric J B on Apr 3, 2018
Quality product. A company that pro brewers rely on for fruit additions.
jeffrey r on Feb 12, 2018
Sanitary fruit perfect for adding directly to secondary
Thomas G on Jan 30, 2018
Cloning a Peach / Carolina-Reaper IPA
C Cooper on Feb 15, 2023
Hazy peach ipa
Celia W on Dec 28, 2022
Any recommendations for adding peach flavor to apple cider? Thinking about adding this to secondary.
John Pitta on Nov 22, 2021
BEST ANSWER: It will probably be a good way to get the peach flavor you are looking for but it will be full of pectin. That's not a problem if you are not worried about clarity of the finished product. You can add pectic enzyme early to break down the pectin, but you will then have some waist sediment to get rid of and lose a little overall quantity in the finished product. Hope that helps a little.

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Rated 5 out of 5
Peach purée
Works as advertised.
January 3, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Oregon Fruit Products are amazing
Nice aseptic purees with really nice fruit expression especially if you don't have access to high quality locally grown fruit.
March 1, 2018
over 6 years ago