What is considered german wheat,
when I look it up online I can't seem
to find anything that states specifically
style or ingredient?
Cat 15 of the BJCP
15D. Roggenbier (German Rye Beer)
Although not under the same category it's still technically a german style made with a large portion of wheat
17A Berliner Weisse
as far as ingredients Weyermann is a German maltster makes a a few malted wheat productshttp://www.weyermann.de/usa/produkte.asp?idkat=165&umenue=yes&idmenue=269&spra che=10
Ingredient for Hefeweizen
I suppose any wheat malt would work, but to be extra authentic, grab some form a german maltster (like Weyerman, as noted above). Sometimes the coutry of origin is not in the name, but is significant (British pale malt, belgian pilsner malt, etc.).
weyerman wheat malt