DetailsThis kit yields a Belgian-style Witbier that's tart, spicy, and hazy gold. This beer owes its uniqueness primarily to the yeast, we strongly recommend using one of the liquid strains for this beer. It is light in body but has significant malt flavor underpinning all the other flavors, lawnmower ale with a twist-very refreshing.
Ingredients: 5 lbs. Domestic 2-Row barley, 4 lbs. Wheat Malt, 4 oz. Caravienne, 8 oz. Caramel 10L, 8 oz. Flaked Wheat, 1 oz. of hops, priming sugar, and yeast.
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5.0 / 5.011 ReviewsA good warm weather brewlight and very drinkable; no off flavors; just the right amount of hops; kind of a fruity flavor; good headMay 12, 2018Purchased
6 months agoWould definitely consider brewing this one again. It was a hit with family and friends.All grain blonde AleFebruary 20, 2018Purchased
9 months agoA Work in Progress!I brewed this beer on Sunday (4-29-12). I plugged all the ingredients into my Beer Smith II software and the parameters of this recipe met the style guides for Blonde Ale in the software. The only difference was that the software called for a two step sparge instead of a single step. I had a slightly larger volume that what was called for in the end. I had about 5.5 gallons of wort. The software calculated an OG of 1.055 and I came out with 1.040. In less than 24 hours the fermenter is rocking! The only thing I would like to see different with this kit is the flaked oats are mixed in with the rest of the grain bill. I am thinking that I would have rather not ran the flaked oats through the grain mill with the rest of the grains. Other than that I like this kit so far. Oh, I purchased the kit with Wyeast liquid yeast. I like this the best!_x000D_May 1, 2012Fantastic Beer!I'm a batch sparger and just added another pound of base grain and this turned out awesome. A great house beer. Second batch is already in the primary. Strongly recommend.June 16, 2012Fantastic All Grain Beginner brew!This was my first brew, and it came out amazing. With this recipe, and the help of Brewsmith 2.0, I was able to efficiently produce a brew that I could enjoy...and without screwing up! I only used 4.15 oz of corn sugar instead of the full 5 just to avoid bottle bombs, and it turned out great. _x000D_October 3, 2012Best ever!This is quite possibly the best beer I've ever brewed or consumed. I recommend it to absolutely anyone, whether you like dark beers or light, lagers or ales, you simply can not go wrong with this beer! Will be making for a the fourth time again this month!!January 14, 2013All Around Great KitBrewed this as a my first all-grain batch years ago. Since then I've brewed it 2-3 more times. Every time it has turned out great. It's one I've shared a lot, and I've never gotten a negative remark._x000D_ _x000D_It's too good for being so easy to brew.February 3, 2013Good beerThis is a good session beer. I like to expierment with it and do a few 1g batches with strawberries, peaches, etc.May 22, 2013So far SOOOO goodMy first all grain that went pretty well, and was a lot easier than expected. I added 2 pounds of pale malt and got 7 gallons into the kettle. I made a starter with Wyeast 1056 & this was the first time my 6.5 carboy needed a blowoff tube!_x000D__x000D_I have high hopes and can't wait until it's ready.May 29, 2013blondeLowest price on a kit I could find. Easy straight forward "beer". Nothing fancy, just beer. Sometimes I grave the basics, so I go to this kit. My folks like it malty taste with little hop influence.August 16, 2013
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