So I've got three extract kits under my belt, and naturally I'd like to make something way too complicated.
First, the recipe as it stands now:
6.6 lb wheat LME
1 lb pale DME
Will put the DME in at the beginning, and the LME at the very end of the boil
1 lb caramel wheat
1/2 lb caramel munich
1 lb munich
1 lb wheat
1/4 lb chocolate
Steep for 40 minutes in 2.5 gallons 148-152 Fahrenheit water
Rinse with 1/2 or 1 gallon water (whatever doesn't make the kettle too full?)
1 oz glacier 60 minutes
1/2 oz hallertau 15 minutes
1/2 oz hallertau 5 minutes
Yeast: WLP351 w/ 2 quart starter
OG: 1.070ish?? FG: ????
Are these times and temperatures correct? Amount of water for mash? Hops seem reasonable? Anything else stick out?
I feel like I know just enough to be dangerous. Pretty sure it'll make some kind of beer, but what I'm going for is a lighter colored strong wheat with plenty of flavor.