DetailsMunton's Premium Canned Hopped Malt Extract connoisseurs series Wheat. Made from a careful balance of wheat and barley malt, this is a crisp refreshing, distinctive beer. To enjoy at its prime, serve chilled with a squeeze of lemon or lime. O.G. 1040° to 1044°.
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.015 ReviewsSimple & Easy!You can't mess this recipe up, unless you are not sanitary!
Don't fear the FOAM!Added Feb 28, 2018February 28, 2018Purchased
over 2 years agoAbsolutely amazing beer.. With Bavarian wheet turns out great..April 6, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoHaven't used it yet. SimilarHaven't used it yet. Similar kits worked well.January 10, 2016Extract wheatI made a wheat beer and brought it to the club and the all-grain brewers really liked it. Said it didn't taste like some of the extract wheat beers they had tasted._x000D_I'm happy with it.March 23, 2014Good base wheat malt for Cherry wheat beerI just used it in a Cherry Wheat kit that I purchased here. It was a marvelous beer and very easy to make. I let the can sit in hot water so the extract was easier to pour. Then scraped out the remainder with a knife and rinsed out what was left with hot water to get every lat drop. Didn't waste a drop.February 24, 2014Good tasting base malt for wheat beersIt makes a good wheat beer and I've used it twice. It's better than the Coopers kits and compares to real home brewed beer.January 25, 2014muntons wheatThis makes for a good wheat beer. Not the best wheat, but good. This is a good way for beginners to get into the hobby, or people without storage room for all of the equipment.September 28, 2013Good wheat baseThis is good liquid malt extract. The wheat beer tasted very good, with no hint of staleness or off flavors.September 11, 2013Makes a good wheat beerI used this in an extract kit and the wheat beer came out well. Even all grain brewers have said that this extract tastes good. I personally prefer the plastic jugs rather than metal cans, but thats a minor point.July 5, 2013Tastes great in my Golden Wheat beerThese are great for novice brewers. Just get them through the process to familiarize them, before moving up. The wheat beer tasted surprisingly good, as I was expecting something just average.May 21, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 8 answersWhat exactly comes in the Minton kits and what if anything do you have to buy?What type of hop is used in this LME? ThanksI would like to use this pre-hopped malt extract in a 100% no boil batch. I plan on mixing it well into 5 gallons of water, pitching a good yeast and immediately fermenting. I would like to carbonate it and serve it right from the keg I fermented it in. I do not plan on doing a secondary fermentation. I understand that this might sound crazy to the traditional brewer, but I did a lot of research and as long as it pre-hopped and pasturized, It does not appear to be a problem. can anyone tel me, if with LME and a liquid yeast, should I expect any real troop, so that I can serve directly from my fermentation container? I would appreciate any pros and cons anyone can offer. Thanks.BEST ANSWER: I assume you are aware this is a 6 gallon batch, but can be used as a 5 gallon batch, this kit will produce a large yeast cake so I'm not sure what kind of keg you are using, I keg mine in 5 gallon soda kegs, I have cut the dip tubes down so any yeast that settles will not be picked up when dispensing a beer, I have never used a secondary for this kit, go straight from the fermenter to the keg, then force carbonate it and cut a week or 2 off of conditioning, which does give a mellower taste, it never lasts long enough anyway! You could get away without boiling, I use Muntons Light DME, it will mix with the LME fairly easy. When I boil this kit, I usually only boil about 1 gallon of water and use a stirrer on a drill then pitch it in the fermenter. it is an awesome kit! Good Luck & Cheers!I was gifted a can of muntons "Connoisseurs wheat beer" 40 pints i was planning on using the malt and mix with 3.5 lbs. of honey instead of sugar.How much yeast?? and let it sit for 3 weeks.then bottle for 2 or 3 weeks later.will this recipe work??BEST ANSWER: Excellent question! BUT, Honey Ferment's differently than Sugar, I have Honey Bee's and really won't waste Honey on Fermentation, mabye as flavoring after Fermentation? I am assuming Priming Sugar? I have made MANY Gallons of this EXCELLENT Recipe, I HAVE DUMPED Several Mistakes ALSO, but the secret that I have found to be the best is to use the Munton's Lite DME and the Munton's PREMIUM GOLD Yeast, I have used the Mangrove Jack's M20 Wheat Yeast also, it does add a smoother after-taste, but it is a very active yeast & you would want a very large blow-off tube on the fermentor!
I HAVE NEVER CARBONATED WITH SUGAR or HONEY! I have ONLY forced Carbonate with my home-made carbonation pump, (Blichmann knock-off) can't wait 2-3 weeks!
Do Youtube searches for forced carbonation to build your own, I have a simple unit, but never posted it on Youtube, I can create one or send a parts list for those interested in MY Mistakes no way any shape or form of being a home brew profesional, just experienced with MANY mistakes of what NOT to do! School of hard-knocks!How many gallons did you guys make with one can of this? Also, what to the instructions on the can say? ThanksBEST ANSWER: Its been awhile but I used 2 cans and 6 pounds of the WHEAT MALT EXTRACT SYRUP - MAILLARD MALTS and Safbrew WB-06 Dry Yeast. I made it in two pots and fermented it in the same pots. I poured it all in a keg and made 10 gallons total, Turned out fantastic. I also used spring water in jugs.