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wakingupdrunk
08/18/09 07:34 PM  
Muscadine Grapes?
I saw some Muscadine grapes at Whole Foods today and was wondering if anyone has used them in beer? I'm thinking about doing a sour beer and aging it with these Muscadine grapes for a year or so. Looking them up they seem to be highly acidic and can be harsh when young.
Paul V
12/26/09 03:33 PM  
Re: Muscadine Grapes?
I have actually considered doing the same thing. I have several 2+ year old muscadine vines going. I would age the beer for a year then add the muscadines for online a couple months.
Al B
12/27/09 12:11 AM  
Re: Muscadine Grapes?
You'll need to taste the grapes of course. I was never crazy about that variety. But if they taste good.....

If possible, try the pink muscat (Chile) or orange muscat when the season hits.

 
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