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Great Fermentations is proud to bring you Montmorency tart cherry concentrate for use in all your brewing and fermentation projects! This preservative-free concentrate is pure, containing only one ingredient: Montmorency tart cherry juice concentrate. That's it! As such, it can be used to taste in making a number of beers, wines, meads, ciders...you name it!

From King's Ochards in Central Lake, Michigan, this blend is from cherries grown and packaged in the USA. It is used at a rate of 1 oz concentrate to 7 oz water to make 8 oz of cherry juice. Depending on the flavor you are looking for, you might use anywhere from 4 to 16 ounces for a 5 gallon batch of beer. The concentrate goes well as a fruit component in many different styles, including lighter beers, Belgians of all kinds, and sour beers. Give it a try and soon you'll be hooked on making all things with a little bit of tart cherry!

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Cherry Honey Wheat
Used this to make our Cherry Honey Wheat. Turned out awesome and provided the beer with a sour finish which made this beer taste great and refreshing. Will definitely be using this product again for cherry beers.
Jun 6, 2015  |  By Matt
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