DetailsLike their German cousins, American wheat beers feature large proportions of malted wheat in the grain bill and are naturally a bit cloudy in appearance. Unlike the German Hefeweizen, though, American wheat beers have a bit more hop character and are fermented with a milder-tasting yeast, resulting in a more clean, neutral finish. With a spicy noble hop aroma and tart finish, it's a spritzy, refreshing crowd-pleaser.
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Beer Style Wheat Beer Origin of Style USA Color Light Gravity Level Low
4.4 / 5.05 ReviewsJuly 2, 2019Purchased
2 months agoEasy drinking beerNice crisp easy drinking “lawn mower” beer. Easy to make and secondary fermenting not necessary!May 31, 2019Purchased
2 months agoOk wheatI tasted early in the conditioning phase and it is ok, much like a light beer. It might get better as it conditions a little longer.March 25, 2019Purchased
4 months agoFor some reason I can't get the clarity you are showing. The taste is good but I wish I could figure it out. Mine comes out like an IPA color. Really enjoy the recipeMarch 16, 2019Purchased
5 months ago
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 21 answersDoes this need cold fermentation?BEST ANSWER: Safale US-05 is pretty forgiving yeast. I fermented this in a storage room under the steps. The space is roughly 55°-60° ambient temp and it turned out great.does this recipe have specialty grains?BEST ANSWER: Does not come with specialty grains. It is a really plain recipe - if you are looking to brew something simple, this is it.I am looking for a wheat beer to make a Raspberry wheat beer would this be a good one to add Raspberry extract to in the secondary ?BEST ANSWER: Yes. This wheat beer, while great on its own, makes a really solid base for added flavors. I use it to make jalapeño, chipotle, blueberry and blueberry jalapeño wheat beers. If you find it not exactly to your liking, try the raspberry with a hefeweisen.