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    Mexico did not show up for this Double Wit partial-mash recipe: "Lost Donkey" All-Belgian Wit Bavarian Weissbier, 1.87 lb. BrewMax Golden LME, 0.55 lb. Chateau Pilsen, 2.0 lb. Flaked Oats, 0.25 lb. Torrified Wheat, 0.25 lb. Weyermann Munich I, 0.18 lb. Strisselspalt, 0.5 oz., 45 min. Hersbrucker, 0.33 oz., 20 min. Coriander seed, crushed, 0.5 tsp, 10 min. Cardamom seed, crushed, 0.25 tsp., 10 min. Dash of Chamomile, 10 min. Clementine zest, 10 min. Mangrove Jack's M21 Belgian Wit yeast Mash grains in a sack for an hour @ 150 F. Mash-out @ 170 F for 10 min. Sparge per preference. 60 min. boil. Hop as indicated. HME & LME @ flame-out. OG 1.066 IBU ~ 19 SRM ~5
  2. Plan to brew one of these each week or until Target stops finding these in their warehouse -- started with an XL Bavarian Honeyless Wheat: Bavarian Weissbier HME Golden LME Red Flaked Wheat, 2 oz. Carapils, 2 oz. Honey Malt, 3 oz. 2-Row, 2 oz. Hallertau Mittelfruh, 0.5 oz. at flame-out Mangrove Jack's M20 Bavarian Wheat yeast OG was 1.042 (XL because this is my 40th batch!) ?
  3. What do you brew when you order a Canadian Blonde refill off Amazon and they send an expired can of Bavarian Weissbier instead? First, order future refills directly from Mr. Beer and secondly -- experiment! Since I've got more than enough Dunkelweizen conditioning at the moment, I thought I would try a wheat lager. As far as I can tell from the BJCP, I'm on my own here. Here is what I came up with: Bavarian Weissbier HME Golden LME Softpack Robust LME Softpack Columbus hops Saflager W-34/70 lager yeast Ferment @ 55 F for 2-3 weeks OG 1.042, SRM 23, IBU 19, ABV-TBD Note: I have not used Columbus hops yet but based on the description, the citrusy, earthy quality sounds exactly like what I'm going for with this lager! See you at bottling time!