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Old 02-20-2014, 08:23 PM   #1
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Default Looking for a good Dunkelweizen recipe

I am looking to brew a Dunkelweizen. A beer I really like is Schlafly No. 15. I used to drink this all the time when I lived in the St. Louis area up until 4 years ago. I have noticed that they retired the beer a couple years ago. I would like to brew a beer like that one. It was a Dunkelweizen. If anyone has a good recipe for one or a clone for No. 15 please post it.

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Old 02-24-2014, 07:16 PM   #2
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anyone out there a a good Dunkelweizen recipe to share?

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Old 02-24-2014, 08:19 PM   #3
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Did you look lower at the "similar threads" results?

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Old 03-01-2014, 11:48 PM   #4
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Here is an easy Partial Mash recipe for Joe's Dunkelweizen
% weight Malt Minutes Color PPG Points
7% 1.50 lbs German Munich Malt 60 min 4°L 37.0 8.33
14% 1.25 lbs Weyermann Vienna Malt 60 min 3°L 37.0 6.94
13% 1.13 lbs German Wheat Malt (Light) 60 min 2°L 39.0 6.58
11% 1.00 lbs Briess Bavarian Wheat Dried Malt Extract 60 min 3°L 40.0 8.00
3% 4.00 oz Briess American 2-Row Caramel 40 60 min 40°L 34.8 1.31
3% 4.00 oz Belgian Special B 60 min 220°L 30.0 1.13
3% 4.00 oz Midnight Wheat 60 min 550°L 33.0 1.24
37% 3.30 lbs Northern Brewer Wheat Liquid Malt Extract 0 min 3°L 36.0 23.76

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weight type form phase alpha acid time aau ibu
1.00 oz Hallertauer Pellet Boil 4.8% 60 min 4.80 19

Wyeast 3333 - German Wheat™

5.6% ABV, 18.6 IBU, 20.5 SRM, 1.057 OG, 1.014 FG, 4.50 gallon boil volume, 5.0 gallon final volume, mash malt at 153 degrees F for 60 minutes (6 quarts of 165 degree F strike water), mash out at 170 degrees for 10 minutes (2.5 gallons of 182 degree F strike water). Ferment for 1 week at 62 degrees F, transfer for secondary for one week at 62 degrees F. Bottle with 3/4 cup corn sugar held for 2 weeks at 68 degrees F.

Try it - drink a Joe's! It's delish!

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That looks tasty. I may have to give that a go myself.

To the OP,

Have you tried emailing Schlafly or better yet (since you're in St. Louis) maybe talk to someone at the Bottleworx? Maybe someone there would be willing to help with a clone version of something very close to that. I have emailed them on some of the items they sell and was surprised how quick they replied to me.



My younger brother used to live in St. Louis. He moved to Florida recently and I still have a 12 pack sampler from Schlafly that he brought back. He used to bring me something from there every time he would come visit. I'm gonna miss that now that he no longer lives there. I love their beer!

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I emailed them a few days ago but haven't heard back from them, I moved up to Northern Minnesota about 3 years ago so I can't go in and talk to them unfortunately. I have my parents bring me some Schlafly beers everytime they come up to visit, and I bring some back with me everytime I go home to visit. I hope they will give me some advice on this beer though. We will see.

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