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Lakewood Tart Cherry Juice. Anyone used it?

Discussion in 'Grain, Malt and Adjuncts' started by FatDrew, 11/9/18.

 

  1. FatDrew

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    Posted 11/9/18
    Came across this, could be an interesting addition to a sour beer. Has anyone used it, and if so how did it go?

    Description:
    Lakewood organic tart cherry juice, pure
    The Juice From Over 3 LBS of Organic Tart Cherries In Every Bottle

    ✓ 100% Pure Tart Cherry Juice
    Not From Concentrate
    ✓ Kosher Certified by KOF-K
    ✓ NON GMO
    Choose GLASS - Non-Toxic | BPA, BPS & DEHP Free

    link to producer site
    link to retailer

    Cheers
     
  2. Vini2ton

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    Posted 23/10/18
    Cherry juice is meant to be good for gout. Beer supposedly is bad for gout. Maybe a balance could be attained. Thinking of using the Bickfords cherry juice for a gout busting brew.
     
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    Posted 15/11/18 at 9:33 PM
    Thanks to a sale on Bickford juices, I'm drinking a cherry porter, used 4L of cherry and one of plum in a 21L batch. It's very good, though 3L of cherry alone would probably work fine. The fruit flavour is quite strong.

    Most commercial cherry beers I've had were brown ales or darker. Paler exceptions seemed wrong to my tastes. But stouts with heavy roast tend to overwhelm the fruit.
     

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