Gotta brew for my Prussian heritage. I'm looking at something like (at 69% efficiency):
4.75lbs German Roasted Wheat
2.50lbs 2-row pale
1.5oz spalt select 4.0% 90 mins
1.0oz spalt select 4.0% 60 mins
Anyone brewed anything similar? Good...bad...suggestions?? Details please
Yeast will probably some WB-06 I have.
Btw, I ended up editing the homebrewing wiki on this style. It says the name is from Graetz, which is the German name for Grodzisk, a town in Poland near the German-Polish border. However, Grodzisk is actually closer to the border with Belarus, and Graetz is actually the German name for Grodzisk Wielkopolski, which is still not all that close to the German-Polish border, but much closer than Grodzisk (on the same side of the country at least).
Primary: star thistle traditional mead
Secondary: mango melomel, Biere de Garde, dark strong braggot, oud bruin, Paulaner clone, coffee RIS
Bottled: rye wit, sticke alt, Graetzer, Apfelwein, zeus SMaSH, APA