Gday Brewers A Christmas request to Brew wheat bier for that hot sweltering (in Aus) belly laiden time of year where santa that big Fat [email protected]#rd breaks into your house via the Chimney (he'd be stuffed at my place no chimney) and drinks all your beer! The more I think of it the better an idea it sounds an easy drinking refreshing beer. Been doing a bit of perusal around the web's and looking at other hoegarden beers from on here to get a sorta idea of how to go about this Belgian wheat beer. Looks like most are 50/50 ale to wheat malt most actually favouring ale a tad over the wheat. Then I see plenty adding flaked oats and flaked wheat to the grist around 5-10%. I'm thinking going 50/50 on ale to wheat then 5%~ rolled oats and flaked barley. I do see some substituting raw unmalted wheat from store for flaked wheat. I think all this is for haze contribution. Hops I'm seeing East Kent Goldings for boil Sazz late in boil like 10minutes. I'm thinking of magnum / mittlefruh Spices I'm seeing from 3g half Oz coriander (cracked or uncracked) roasted or unroasted and sweat orange peel. Some recipies up this to 10g per batch of each and all i see are boiling 5 to go. Thinking of just seating orange for that orange thing. Oh and also references to chamomile half ounce at 5 to go as well. Water I'm seeing light on and ballanced. Now yeast I'm seeing WLP 400 I'm looking for a dried option Safebrew WB06. Anyhow brewers I'll get a recipie together shortly but thought I'd throw it out there on this brew. I'm a rookie when it comes to the white beer I've.brewed the coriander wheat long time back extract and I remember it was nice. I've done a lemongrass ginger honey one and last year I went all out with strawberries after some idiot in Aus put pins in an and dropped the price. Anyhow what's your tried and trusted? How heavy handed light have you gone with the spices. Let me know I'm 'll ears Cheers!