How to Make Hard Seltzer

Refreshing Recipes for Sparkling Libations
 
 
Brewers Publications (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 7. September 2020
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  • 196 Seiten
 
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978-1-938469-66-4 (ISBN)
 

Hard seltzer is a booming category in the world of lifestyle beverages and many craft brewers are lending their artisanal skills to this refreshing beverage. Simple to make and with a wide range of creative flavor additions, hard seltzer is a sparkling alternative for beer lovers looking to give their palate a different experience. Learn about the development of the current market and delve into the intricacies of sugars used in making seltzer. Understand the different regulations for this beverage based on how you make it so you can be in legal compliance. Explore recipes, serving suggestions, and even cocktails for using hard seltzer. In this guide, the author provides recipes and advice for making seltzer for both commercial and home enjoyment.

  • Englisch
  • Boulder
  • |
  • USA
  • 3,30 MB
978-1-938469-66-4 (9781938469664)
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By Chris Colby
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • 1. History
  • Springtime for Brewing
  • Summertime for Brewing
  • England
  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • Winter Arrives
  • Creating Consumer Appeal
  • 2. Hard Seltzer Characteristics
  • Calories and Carbs
  • Alcohol Content
  • Flavors
  • Single-Flavored Seltzers
  • Flavor Combinations
  • Carbonation
  • Calories: Alcohol and Sweetness
  • Acidity
  • Variations
  • 3. Ingredients
  • Water
  • Dealing with Chlorine
  • Your Local Water Source
  • Sugar
  • Malt
  • Hops
  • Yeast Strains and Yeast Nutrients
  • Processing Aids
  • Flavorings
  • Acids
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • 4. Craft Brewery Hard Seltzer Production
  • Sugar Plus Water
  • Boiling and Cooling
  • Fermentation
  • Clean Up
  • Dilution
  • Final Blending
  • Packaging
  • 5. Recipes for Craft Breweries
  • Concentration and Volume
  • Calculating Volumes to Dilute
  • Calculating the Strength for the Neutral Base
  • Recipes
  • Hard Seltzer Recipes
  • Standard 4% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Standard 5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Sweet 4% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Sweet 5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Extra Low Calorie 3.5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Stronger 6% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Moderately Strong 7% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Strong 8% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Neutral Base Recipes
  • 10% ABV Neutral Base
  • 12% ABV Netural Base
  • 6. Government Regulations
  • Beer and Malt Beverages
  • Beer
  • Malt Beverages
  • Beer versus Malt Beverages
  • Approvals Required
  • Formula Approval
  • When Label Approval (COLA) is Needed
  • FDA Labeling
  • Canadian and US State Regulations
  • The Present and the Future
  • 7. Making Hard Seltzer at Home
  • Equipment
  • Making a Hard Seltzer
  • Making the Sugar Wash
  • Aeration, Oxygenation, and pH Adjustment
  • pH Adjustment
  • Oxygenation
  • Pitching the Yeast
  • Fermentation
  • Taste Test
  • Fining
  • Odor Removal with CO²
  • Flavor Additions and Carbonation
  • Recipes and Options
  • A Sweet Malternative Beverage
  • A Very Dry Beer
  • 8. Recipes for Homebrewers
  • Recipes
  • Hard Seltzer Recipes
  • Standard 4% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Standard 5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Sweet 4% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Sweet 5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Extra Low Calorie 3.5% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Slightly Stronger 6% ABV Hard Seltzer
  • Neutral Base Recipes
  • 8% ABV Neutral Base
  • 10% ABV Neutral Base
  • 9. Seltzer Cocktails Anyone Can Make
  • Simple Syrup
  • Simple Slimon
  • Sweet Cherry Fizz
  • Soft Drinks
  • OG Gator
  • Creature from the Black Lagoon
  • C8
  • Fruit Juice
  • Cape Scrod
  • Planet P
  • Beer
  • Velodrome
  • Michigana
  • Wine
  • Lobin Reach
  • Cozumel Sunset
  • Herbs and Flowers
  • Bog Blood
  • Lime Mint Fizz
  • Spices
  • Spirits
  • Fizziness
  • Appendix A: Making Hard Seltzer at Home-A Primer for First Time Fermentationists
  • Appendix B: Homebrewing Beer for the First Time Fermentationist
  • Equipment for Homebrewing
  • Homebrewing Beer: The Basics
  • Malt Extract is Condensed Wort
  • Malt Extract-Based Beer
  • Homebrewing Beer with Malt Extract: Step by Step
  • Malt Extract Homebrew Recipe
  • Patrick Henry Pale Ale
  • Index

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