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    we have used chopped up whole beans in the past, cold side with great results in stouts, takes a few days.
    looking for another option....

    anyone have thoughts about the paste an/or powdered vanilla?

    little different this time around, got 5 bbl or kettle sour that we want to do a little creamsicle thingee with, vanilla and orange.
    need something to come through and "cream" things up with being artificial tasting or overpowering.

  • #2
    We use double fold vanilla extract with great success in many different beers. 2 ounces per bbl gives good vanilla flavor. 3 ounces per bbl gives a vanilla forward flavor.

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    • #3
      Check out Savory Spice shop.

      https://www.savoryspiceshop.com/extr...anilla-extract

      I use this in a orange creamsicle. Cream ale with orange and vanilla served on nitro. Pretty sure itís around 35ml / keg.


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      • #4
        When you say 35ml/keg, are you talking sixtel, quarter or half barrel?

        Originally posted by Crosley View Post
        Check out Savory Spice shop.

        https://www.savoryspiceshop.com/extr...anilla-extract

        I use this in a orange creamsicle. Cream ale with orange and vanilla served on nitro. Pretty sure itís around 35ml / keg.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by IdiomBrewingCo View Post
          When you say 35ml/keg, are you talking sixtel, quarter or half barrel?
          35mL per half bbl keg


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          • #6
            Originally posted by ibrewforyou View Post
            we have used chopped up whole beans in the past,
            What was your bean/bbl ratio for a stout?
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            • #7
              i've used 28 beans, roughly 1/4# i believe, in bright tank to impart a good vanilla taste to robust stouts.
              also have had luck with 4 beans per keg.
              kinda depends on base beer and what you're trying to achieve.
              i'll report back after i try some vanilla (product or beans) in this sour...

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              • #8
                Vanilla options

                Nielson Massey has a line of vanilla style purees and extracts. I used a one gallon jug of their Bourbon vanilla bean paste/puree in a 15 bbl batch and had a great flavor and perfect aroma for a stout.

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                • #9
                  best way to incorporate the paste?

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