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Old 06-14-2012, 04:04 AM   #1
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I am thinking about making a wheat beer to start and the switch over to a secondary with the pineapple and the coconut.
9# Wheat LME
6oz Munich malt (steeping)
6oz Special B (steeping)
6oz Crystal40 (steeping)
2oz CarafaII (steeping)
1oz Hallertau (4%) @60min
WLP300 Hefeweizen Ale yeast
After primary, add 4 pounds pineapple puree and 1 pound shredded coconut.
I am open to suggestions.

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Old 06-14-2012, 04:21 AM   #2
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Send me one!

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Old 06-14-2012, 09:58 AM   #3
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mai tai!

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You can't steep Munich Malt, it needs to be mashed. All you'll be doing otherwise is adding a bunch of starches.

Just hold your steeping temperature between 150~157 for 30mins min and you're set.

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thanks for the tip!

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holy ****, pina colada beer!

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Please tell us how this turned out?!

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Subbed, super curious about how this turns out!

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Pina colada beer...mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. That's an umbrella beer.

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I finished the beer of with the High gravity yeast form white labs (WLP 099). The final gravity after the secondary was 1.002, making the beer end up at approx. 8.5% ABV. The beer was really sweet with a dry finish. If I were to do this beer again, I would only 1lb of pinable and 1lb of coconut. I could not taste the coconut as much as I wanted to. Aslo, 2lb of fruit is plenty. I went over board with 4lb of pineapple and 1lb of coconut.

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