DetailsDesigned for the purist…Beer. Simply Beer. It has everything you need to brew great beer and nothing you don’t. We’ve stripped away all the extras to reveal the very heart of a traditional American Wheat. The result? The most streamlined, straight-forward brewing experience ever. And a crisp, drinkable brew that combines notes of bready wheat malt and slightly spicy hops in perfect harmony.
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5-Gallon Extract Recipe Kit Includes
- Malt Extract
- Dry Yeast
- Priming Sugar
- Brewing Instructions
- Details & Instructions
Origin of Style USA Color Light Gravity Level OG 1.040 - 1.050 Hop Rating (1-5) 1
4.6 / 5.014 ReviewsHoney Wheat home brewsJust bottled this today and am really happy with it. I increased it to a six gallon batch and added a 1/2# of honey toward the end of the boil. Today, I split it in half, added 3 oz. of priming sugar to each half. I added 4 oz. of blueberry extract to one three gallon batch and 4oz. of Raspberry extract to the other. The flavor or each was very good, not overpowering. My wife likes fruit beer and I think she'll like these brews. These simply beer kits are great for experimenting with.July 21, 2016Amazing for the priceI am enjoying every bottle. I would compare it to the best commercial wheat beers. I know I will be buying this more often. I am anxious to try the other Beer Simply Beer kits.July 23, 2016WonderfulI made this beer a couple months ago. I used some 'fresh' whole hops grown in Central MN. I got such good responses from sharing it that before I knew it, my keg was empty and I hadn't gotten very much for myself. I ordered another kit right away, and once I get more hops, I will make another batch for sure.January 6, 2017Purchased
3 months agoGreat base kitI added a little red wheat malt, 0.5 oz coriander and some bitter orange peel. Added Citra hops to the last 15 minutes of the boil. Bottled after 1 month. My batch ended up right at 4%, very bitter at first, but has since mellowed out about 3 weeks in the bottle making a slightly exotic-tasting hoppy wheat ale. This is a great kit to tweak with if you are still unsure about making your own recipes. Keep making these great kits Midwest!August 18, 2016Great first beer kitGreat value and easy to brew for beginners. Added four packs of lemonade drink mix at bottling. First bottle was a bit too hoppy for my tastes. But after a week in the bottle and it calmed down and was great. Since these kits are easy and cheap they are perfect for experimenting. Next time I'll use cherry for a cherry wheat.August 26, 2016Great value & qualityGreat base for experimenting--brewed with honey and lavender, and going to try maple next. Will buy more!September 16, 2016Just started brewing, but smells delicious.Haven't gotten to bottling day yet, but brew day was awesome. Very nicely laid out kit. Got spring water from the local Walmart to avoid the chlorinated water from our tap and followed the instructions. I personally chose to use the Willamette hops for bittering and the Cascade for aroma. Smells absolutelty delicious. Can't wait for the first bottle to mature ...November 28, 2016Purchased
3 months agoPretty good for the priceNote I am not a wheat beer drinker but this is pretty good for the price, comparable to many more expensive wheats I have had.January 6, 2017Purchased
7 months agoDelicious, easy kit, 3 weeks in primary. Will brew again.February 4, 2017Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 25 answersAre 12 bottles enough for a single kit or should I get more?BEST ANSWER: These kits make 5 gal of beer
That's 640 oz total
You can fill
10 of 64oz growlers
53 of 12oz standard beer bottles
40 of 16oz flip top grolsh type beer bottles
25 of 750cc wine bottles
29 of 22oz beer bottles
Usually it's a little less than 5gal as you always leave a bit of yeast sediment from the fermenter or secondary.
I personally keg half my batch in a small 2.5 or 3 gal stainless keg that fits in my small kegerator and bottle the other half in 16oz flip top bottles that are easy to clean and reuse and are nice to share with friends. Pulling a fresh homebrew beer from a keg after a hard day at work with perfect temp and head is a joy that few hobbies can equal.What should be the general color or SRM for this beer? During secondary fermentation transfer, I couldn't help but notice the color was a bit more amber than what I've seen depicted in the photos.BEST ANSWER: I would say that is what I also noticed. I don't have a measurement for you, all I know is that when boiling, I added a handful of whole cascade hops to the wort and the end result with this kit was wonderful!What's The ABV%?BEST ANSWER: It depends on how fermentation goes, but it should pretty close to 4.0% ABV.Does this include the yeast?BEST ANSWER: Yes, theses kits include the yeast as well.The recipe for this kit calls for pilsen malt syrup and wheat malt syrup however the inventory list for the kit only includes wheat malt syrup. Perhaps this is a typo?BEST ANSWER: Hi Nick,
Sorry, that is a typo. Thanks for spotting that, we'll send you a $5 e-mail gift card.is that a 5 gal kitBEST ANSWER: Yes, this is a 5 gallon kitWhat quantity does the kit make? Presumably 5 gallons?BEST ANSWER: Yes, these are 5 gallon kits