Hey everyone! I just joined up and look forward to getting a bunch of new knowledge from everyone. I've brewed before but am getting back into the game with a friend. We just did a couple of brewer's best kits and are now going off kit, for the most part. I'm going to be doing a 2.5 gallon brew for a candied ginger cranberry sour. Here's what I have for the brew: - crystallized ginger (24 oz) - organic whole cranberry sauce (42 oz) (can't find fresh cranberries right now) - Pilsner grain - white wheat grain - ginger root - tangerine peel - saaz hops - omega yeast lacto/yeast mixture Right now my plan is to put the crystallized ginger and cranberry sauce in the boil with the grains and hops. Then just the omega pack for primary. In secondary, I'm going to put the ginger root (I really want the ginger to be the star here, but to play and mesh with the cranberry) and tangerine peel into secondary. Has anyone used cranberry sauce in a brew before? Am I on the right track here or should I throw this plan out the window?