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White Water Hard Seltzer Recipe Kit - Cherry
KIT686

White Water Hard Seltzer Recipe Kit - Cherry

Hard Seltzer  
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Description

Put down the mash paddle and grab an oar! Instead of fighting the overwhelming current of industry trends, let's ride these rapids and shred some white water gnar! Hard Seltzer is here to stay thanks to popular brands like White Claw and Truly, and as a homebrewer you've probably already been asked by friends or family to whip up a batch. The truth is that hard seltzer is very simple to prepare, and any level brewer can make it at home. We've put together a simple kit that includes sugar, yeast, nutrients, and a packet of salts to adjust your water to a proper seltzer profile. Everything is included except for the water -- sorry, but have you ever looked into shipping water? It's stoopid expensive!

Mandatory Tagline: You'll be laid back like an otter when you're drinking White Water!

  • Makes 5 gallons
  • Estimated Original Gravity: 1.042
  • SRM (Color Range): 0
  • IBU's: 0
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 5.5%

Included:

  • 5 lbs Corn Sugar
  • Water Modifier Salt Packet (added at the same time as the sugar)
  • Yeast
  • Yeast Rehydration Nutrient
  • Yeast Fermentation Nutrient
  • Fining Agent
  • Cherry Fruit Flavoring

Not Included:

  • RO or Distilled Water
  • Priming Sugar (if bottling)
  • Kayak

Please note: each kit includes an extra packet of yeast and FermFed (DAP Free). Read the instructions carefully, and only use the extra packets if you experience a stuck fermentation.

 

Item # KIT686
Shipping Eligible for Free Shipping Program
Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.25 LBS
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Sounds interesting
Kenny on Sep 18, 2020
Sounds interesting
Kenny on Sep 18, 2020
Looks interesting
FREDERICK S. M on Sep 16, 2020
Looks interesting
FREDERICK S. M on Sep 16, 2020
do you have to boil this like you would a beer? or what's the process look like?
Kevin Meyer on Sep 11, 2020
BEST ANSWER: For this recipe you only need to get the batch hot enough to pasteurize the sugar. The higher temperature you take it to the more flavor and unfermented sugar you will get out of the batch. For pasteurization you will be plenty safe just warming it to 180 degrees and stir gently for 5 minutes after all of the sugar is dissolved.
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