Hey everybody, this is my first post to this forum.
I'm planning on brewing up an extremely hoppy wheat beer, and this is my recipe.
6 lbs Wheat LME (65% Wheat, 35% Barley)
1 lb Munton and Fison's Wheat DME (65% Wheat, 35% Barley)
1 lb malted wheat (to be steeped, I don't think I'll mash it)
1/2 lb Crystal 60
Hops Schedule (all pellet hops)
1 oz Simcoe @60 minutes
1 oz Simcoe @15 minutes
1 oz Amarillo @10 minutes
1 oz Cascade @ 5 minutes
1 oz Cascade leaf hop dry hopped into secondary fermenter
Wyeast American Wheat strain
My goal is to create a wheat ale, sort of like a wheat IPA I suppose, with a slightly citrus flavor derived solely from the hops. I also have an oz of Centennial lying around, and 2 oz of Tettnang, also pellet hops.
Anybody think this could turn out to be good? Or would it be way too overpowering as far as the hop flavor, and undrinkable? (I do like hops!)
Thanks for your responses!