So my friend and i got to talking about random beer ideas. one that stuck with me was doing a simple wheat beer and add in cap'n crunch. so... how does this sound?
i've been on an extract kick lately for smaller experimental beers (under the 5g mark) so this one should get to around 3ish gallons.
4 gallon pre boil
4lbs wheat LME
.5oz hallertau @60
.5oz sazz @20
should come in around 4-5%abv and around 20IBU
empty about a half of a box of cap'n crunch and use them as the steeping grains.
after fermentation, dump about 3-4 cups of cap'n crunch to "dry hop" the beer for a few days.
How does something like this sound? any ideas?
i know i'd lose some wort due to the absorbtion of the cereal, but this is more experemental then anything
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Originally Posted by trigger
Roger that. Farts are funny, and anyone who says they aren't is lying.
Problem is that too much homebrew has me playing Russian Roulet with my briefs.