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You can never have too many Bavarian Weissbiers!

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Hello old friend.  I still have a bunch of BWs to brew, so I'm thinking of doing a Celtic Wheat Beer inspired by Curim Gold from Carlow Brewing.  This would basically be another fun mini-mash using 1.5 lbs. of grain + HME, but something a little different from the standard stout or red ale for St. Patty's Day.

 

Bavarian Weissbier HME

BrewMax Smooth LME

Malting Co. of Ireland Ale malt, 0.8 lb.

Muntons Torrified Wheat, 3 oz.

Gambrinus Honey Malt, 3 oz.

Crystal 15, 4 oz.

Hallertau Blanc, 0.5 oz., 5 min. boil

Safbrew S-33 ale yeast

 

OG 1.050

 

http://www.beermonthclub.com/carlow-brewing-company-curim-gold-celtic-wheat-beer.htm

 

 

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Brewing a UK-themed dunkelweizen-- working title is Peaty Wheat. :)

 

OG was 1.050.

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On ‎10‎/‎18‎/‎2016 at 5:04 PM, Nickfixit said:

In the last Target sale I managed to sneak in an order of 2 Bav WB HMEs but they ran out before delivery and I am waiting for stock replenishment. I can wait at that price - lol.

Still did not come in. I guess they gave up on me.   Still shows "unavailable" on web site.

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Day 22 -- Bottled the 5.9% ABV UK Peaty Wheat (BeerWars II)

 

Bavarian Weissbier HME, 1.87 lb.

BrewMax Smooth DME, 0.47 lb.

Crisp Gleneagles Maris Otter, 0.5 lb.

Crisp CaraMalt 15, 0.2 lb.

Simpson's Peated Malt, 0.17 lb.

Munton's Torrified Wheat, 0.17 lb.

Simpson's Chocolate Malt, 0.06 lb.

Weyermann Carafa Special 2, 0.06 lb.

Fuggle (UK) 0.25 oz, 20 min.

Fuggle (UK) 0.75 oz, 7 min.

Safbrew WB-06 Dry Wheat yeast

 

HME + mini-mash (60 min. @ 154 F)

30 min. boil

 

SRM 17

IBU 29

OG 1.054

 

Ferment @ 68-70 F and let the esters have their fun.

 

 

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