Wit recipe

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  1. Vallka

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    Looking for a good witbier recipe, anyone have one that has turned out good? I am going to turn it into a strawberry witbier, if it isn't already.
     
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    This is a simplified version of the Wit I just brewed. Very nice beer.
    https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/664791/basic-wit

    I used a little Honey Malt and threw Mango in the fermenter which made for a really interesting flavor so you could do something like a half pound of Honey Malt in the grist and an half pound of honey in the fermenter to make something a little different than the standard wit.The Mangrove Jack yeast seems great - very spice-oriented rather than a lot of banana like some German Hefe yeasts.
     
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