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Thai Ginger Candi Syrup

Thai Ginger Candi Syrup

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Thai Ginger will intrigue you, draw you in, whisper in your ear "use me in your next crazy beer". Differentiate your beer from the pack with this Artisanal Candi Syrup that is cooked with exotic Thai Ginger during the cooking process. All mixed with the traditional rich, caramelized flavors similar to Belgian Style Candi syrup. Made specifically for crazy, passionate brewers just like you!

Made in the USA by Cascade Beer Candi Syrup.

Item # AJ50
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 1 LBS
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Add to blond ale
Mary C on Nov 13, 2019
to add to my saison
Ben Wells on Jun 26, 2018
Add to blond ale
Mary C on Nov 13, 2019
Add some spice to my life.
Kerry on Apr 9, 2019
to add to my saison
Ben Wells on Jun 26, 2018
Works great in my German Pale Ale.
Randall A. Z on Mar 27, 2018
gonna try adding it to my lager - looks delicious
steve p on Mar 16, 2018
I love exotic candy
kyle c on Mar 3, 2018
Add some spice to my life.
Kerry on Apr 9, 2019
Works great in my German Pale Ale.
Randall A. Z on Mar 27, 2018
Can anyone else comment on the amount they used per volume of beer and how strong the taste is? Thanks
Cheryl Padin on May 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used the whole container for the 5 gallon batch of beer. Ii was not very strong flavor although it was good. I would not use it with a Hefe type yeast as the yeast will totally change the flavor. Use a more neutral yeast like a US-05 or something like that. Might even be a good idea to add in a secondary to keep more flavor.
Has anyone used this in an Session or a Pale Ale? Suggestions would be appreciated. THANKS!
Chad G on May 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have only used it with a Saison. Very tasty
Will this work with a wheat beer for a ginger wheat? And if so...when do i add it, and how much for a 5 gallon batch?
william grady on Oct 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello William - We typically recommend one container for a 5 gallon batch. Adding to the fermenter provides the most flavor, while adding near the end of the boil is more subtle.

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Very nice flavor addition
I added this to a Saison. Very nice addition, not overly spicy, but still noticeable.The beer turn out very good. I will be making this again in the near future.
August 9, 2018
1 year ago
The safety wrapper had disentigrateted and the product was sticky. I was hesitant to add it to my beer but figured that since it was post fermentation, it would be okay. I’m not sure if this was cascade candi syrup’s fault or more beer’s fault.
May 17, 2018
1 year ago
Response from MoreFlavor
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May 23, 2018
Zach R Staff
Key ingredient in one of my best beers
I scored a 43/50 and took first place for flight in a homebrew competition using this syrup in my submission.
February 2, 2018
over 2 years ago
great flavor
I used this product, the whole jar in a 5.5 gallon batch of a Belgian Triple, everyone raved about it, so much so that a guy I brew for wants it on tap at his place on a consistent basis. Give it a try you won't be disappointed, it adds just enough subtle ginger flavor.
August 28, 2017
I really like this stuff.
I added this to a blonde ale and called it a Blonde Thai. It really made the beer much better.
May 5, 2015
If you havent tried it yet you're missing out
I LOOOOOOOOOOOVE this stuff! It brings out something incredibly unique to my beer that many people can't figure out until i tell them what's in it. So far i have no complaints and neither do any of the people who enjoy my brew.
May 3, 2013