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  1. 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!) ?
  2. I was in my B&M and picked up a can of Briess CBW Bavarian Wheat UME. My wife likes Weizens so I figured "why not?" I won't get to this one for about a month and a half, but I was doing some research and tossing around some ideas and below is what I came up with. I'll steep the grains for 30 minutes, sparge and drain, add the UME, bring up to a boil, add the Tettnanger and boil for 20, then add the Hallertauer at flameout. I plan on using Safbrew WB-06 yeast. When I do this one it'll be my first non-Mr. Beer attempt, so any feedback from those familiar with Briess products would be appreciated. Weizen Recipe Weizen Style Weizen/Weissbier Brewer TwoKings Brewco Batch 2.25 gal Partial Mash Recipe Characteristics Recipe Gravity 1.069 OG Estimated FG 1.017 FG Recipe Bitterness 7 IBU Alcohol by Volume 6.7% Recipe Color 6° SRM Alcohol by Weight 5.2% Ingredients Quantity Grain Type Use 0.12 lb CaraPils - [Body, Head] Grain Mashed 0.12 lb Crystal 15L - [Body, Caramel, Head, Sweet] Grain Mashed 3.30 lb Briess DME - Bavarian Wheat (65%/35%) Extract Extract Quantity Hop Type Time 0.50 oz Tettnanger (U.S.) - Bittering clean with floral spice aroma perfect for Wheat, Pilsners and Lager style beer Pellet 20 minutes 0.50 oz Hallertauer (Germany) - Noble aroma and flavor very floral, earthy with a little spice Pellet 0 minutes
  3. We've just released 3 new Partial Mash Recipes! Wit Your Whistle - Few summer beers offer the satisfaction of Belgian witbiers. Textured with wheat, and bursting with spices, this Belgian classic exhibits strong herbal notes with a citrusy finish and silky smooth body. While this beer is perfect for satisfying your summer thirst, it still has enough layered aroma and flavor to rival even the heartiest of winter beers. So “Wit your Whistle” with this quenching treat to beat the heat! Black Moon Weizen - This dark-as-night libation is a great representation of the complex and full-bodied characteristics of the German dunkelweizen style. The smooth and silky mouthfeel of the wheat perfectly compliments the rich, malty flavors from the Munich and Chocolate Malts. The underlying banana and clove notes that the yeast provide further add to the complexity of this robust wheat beer. It’s like a hefeweizen with a dark side. Dry River Rye IPA - Rye has been treasured by brewers and distillers for centuries for its spicy flavors and aromas. This full-bodied rye IPA blends the dry and spicy black pepper-like characteristics of rye with the tropical and slightly piney notes of the Zythos hop blend. This unique combination of flavors and aromas provides a complexity that is unmatched by your typical IPA. Cheers!
  4. Kevin Caffrey

    Bavarian Weissbier

    From the album: Brews

    This is the standard Bavarian Weissbier refill. Enjoyed it right at 4 weeks of conditioning, but even better at about 6 (pictured here). For a standard refill, the head retention is very good on this one.
  5. We just released a new Partial Mash recipe! You may recognize the name from our older kits. That Whispering Wheat was good, but this one is even better! I made a batch and it was only on tap here for a few days! It went FAST! http://www.mrbeer.com/whispering-wheat-hefeweizen We also now have Red Wheat Flakes that you can buy separately. Keep in mind that flaked products must be mashed with an equal amount of 2-row to be effective: http://www.mrbeer.com/red-wheat-flakes Cheers!
  6. I was out last night and tried an Apricot Wheat from Ithaca brewing. It was great and had a very light and refreshing taste, crazy thing is I think I was getting a bit of the green apple taste I've got in my own beers, but I loved it with the Apricot. Question is has anybody tried the Apricot Wheat that Mr Beer sells and the Ithaca Apricot Wheat? Any comparisons, how close do you think the Mr Beer Apricot Wheat will be? Any suggestions on getting close with Mr beer?
  7. Vakko

    Suncoast Wheat

    From the album: Vakko's Abbey

    Raspberry peach wheat ale.
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