Beer Info FAQ

How much puree do you add to beer?

How much puree do you add to beer?

To use the puree, simply open the bag and pour the product into the fermenter, barrel or any type of aging vessel. Factor about 1 to 2 pounds of puree to 1 gallon of finished beer.

How much fruit do you add to beer?

Well the amount of fruit you'll need depends on the beer recipe and the type of fruit you are adding, but generally 3-7 pounds will do for a 5 gallon batch of beer. Don't be afraid to experiment with the amounts depending on how much fruit flavor you want in your beer.

How do you use fruit puree for beer?

For all-grain brewers, fresh fruits can be added to the mash. To do this, cut the fruit into pieces and stir the fruit into the grains while mashing in. The sugars and fruit flavors will dissolve into the mash and be drained along with the wort.

How do you add puree to beer?

The important part of adding puree to the fermentation vessel is mixing. At a brewery, add the fruit puree to an external vessel and recirculate the fermenter contents through the external vessel for approximately 1 hour. In a homebrewing context, simply adding the puree and gently mixing will be adequate.