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Old 04-30-2013, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Dim Wit Recipe. Split batch. Critique

Recipe I'm working on for tomorrow:

Target= 11 gallons post-boil

10lb Idapils 2-row
8lb Pale wheat malt
1lb Carapils
8oz Flaked Oats

Step Mash:
122F for 20 min
152F for 45 min
Fly sparge

75 min boil:
1 oz Tettnang 4.5AA--75'
1 oz Hallertauer 3.9AA--30'

1 oz cracked coriander seed --5'
1 oz sweet orange peel --5'
(Zest from Grapefruit --flameout/whirlpool)--maybe

2 packs t-58

OG 1.047
ABV 4.7%
IBU 13.5
SRM 3.0
(all within guidelines for 16A)

Going to split the batch into 2 carboys. One will not be touched until kegging after 3-4 weeks primary. Other, I am going to add some sort of fruit/tea after initial fermentation dies down. Any suggestions? Thinking possibly pomegranate, peach, grapefruit, lemon (sounds nice for hot weather). Never made a witbier before, let alone a fruit-infused one. If anyone has experience/advice, lemme know!

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