My latest wheat

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  1. CrankyBuzzard

    CrankyBuzzard New Member

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    Bottled my latest wheat beer tonight and I must say its the best thus far!

    The aroma when racking into the bottling bucket was great, the color is out of this world, and the flavor is killer! Had to drink the beer from the graduated cylinder after the SG check! Looks to be about 4.5% ABV

    Here is the recipe, thoughts?

    http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... -wheat-001

    Charlie
     
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    Nosybear Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a lawnmower beer to me - a bit low on the bitterness, perhaps? I'd think around 15 IBUs for this kind of beer....
     
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    Looks very drinkable to me.

    What yeast was it?


    About priming sugar - it is always better to go by weight than by volume when using priming sugar, since air pockets could throw it off. A digital scale can be had for under $15, which also comes in handy for weighing hops, other ingredients, and DME for starters.
     

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