DetailsLike the traditional Wheat beers of Southern Germany, our Wheat beer is formulated with 65% wheat malt for a unique soft flavor and outstanding head retention.
Ingredients: 5 lbs. Domestic 2-Row barley, 4 lbs. White Wheat, 8 oz. Carapils®, 2 oz. of hops, priming sugar, and yeast.
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4.6 / 5.09 ReviewsBrought back memories of GermanyIf you are looking for a light, flavorful Wheat beer this is it. I brewed with Wyeast 3056 with 1 week in primary and 2 weeks in secondary and then followed a German Wheat procedure that called for 2-6 weeks at 40-45 degrees, it left it for 4 weeks at 40 degrees then bottled. Used the spiese method for priming (2 qts. wort collected at boil time) and I will say this is by far worth my extra time and efforts. Absolutely the best wheat beer I have personally brewed.May 9, 2011A great beer!!This was a very good beer!!! My wife loves it. So it was a win for me. I will buy it again.March 26, 2013Best one yet.I have made around eight batches of beer now and this one has come out the best. If you had to compare it to something, it falls between a Blue Moon and a Bud Wheat. It had the best reviews from my friends as far as my homebrews go. Great beer. I will buy this again.September 14, 2010Great Wheat BeerThis wheat beer is tops. Nice and sweet on the front end 2 weeks into conditioning for those who like the aromatic, Belgian ale with some real nice wheat flavors. Gets drier overtime and is truly a front shelf wheat beer with great body, head, and color at about 4 - 6 weeks. The Wyeast 3056 Bavarian yeast is the best!February 7, 2011bavarian wheatI like this kit. I always go with white labs yeast and get good results. Beer has a nice creamy head that lasts all the way to the bottom of the glass.July 20, 2013amazing aromanice wheat beer _x000D__x000D_use the wyeast smack pack _x000D_this yeast gives the beer a nice banana aroma and flavorOctober 11, 2013Great Wheat BeerI have tried most of the Midwest Wheat Beer kits and they are all great. I just finished kegging this and waited a day after force carbonating the beer to taste it. It poured with a great lasting head and had an exceptional taste. I don't bother bottling my beer as it is much easier and better tasting by kegging it. If you haven't advanced to kegging your beer yet I highly recommend it.March 27, 2014Great wheat beer. Was aGreat wheat beer. Was a hit. Gone too fast.December 31, 2015August 2, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesI've never heard a beer described as "chunky" before. Did something go wrong in the brewing of the kit, or was there some other problem that occurred in the brewing or fermenting process? Let us know what happened with this kit! -Mike W, Midwest SuppliesNovember 2, 2016Midwest Supplies
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