Conversion for Boulevard Wheat Clone
I'm a fairly new brewer with five batches of extract brewing under my belt. I was looking to do a Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat clone and couldn't really find any info online, so I sent an email to Boulevard and they sent the recipe below back to me. Can anyone help me convert this to extract brewing? I am doing five gallon batches. Thanks!
Unfiltered Wheat Beer
Pale Malt - 61.1%
Wheat - 18.2
Malted Wheat - 20.7
Mash in at 47 C and rest for 6.5 minutes
Heat up to 50 and rest for 30 minutes
Heat up to 63 and rest for 9 minutes
Heat up to 73 and rest for 15 minutes
Mash off at 76
Bravo - 6.9 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil
CTZ - 3.9 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil
Summit - 1.1 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil
We look for an end of boil gravity of 11.3 degrees Plato
Cool wort to 19C and pitch an English Ale strain. We ferment at 19C until the beer reaches 6-6.5 degrees Plato at which point we temp up to 23 C for the duration of fermentation. Final gravity is 2.8 Plato
Fantastic! I've always wanted to make a Boulevard Wheat clone so I'll be subscribing to this thread.
Boulevard isn't bad so if anyone can convert it, I'd be willing to give it a shot. If not, I'll try it as-is when (and if) I go AG. I wonder if any of the brewing calculators/programs (read: Beersmith or the like) can convert it?
Will someone verify my calculations for hops and grains in a 6.5 gallon batch?
Grain Bill for 6.5 Gallon batch
Pale Malt - 61.1% - 7.56 #
Wheat - 18.2% - 2.24 #
Malted Wheat - 20.7% - 2.57 #
Bravo - 6.9 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil - 0.5 oz
CTZ - 3.9 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil - .25 oz
Summit - 1.1 IBUs at 10 minutes after beginning of boil -.06 oz
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