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Old 01-28-2008, 08:07 PM   #1
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Default Just finished My Second batch. Looking for an extract Hefe recipe

Im looking for some suggestions on a Hefeweizen recipe for my third batch. I would like to do a recipe with a speciallty grain addition (if I can get some on the rock known as Newfoundland). Thats assuming a speciallty grain would be done with a hefe.

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this is a simple yet effective recipe:

6 lbs Wheat DME (or 7 lbs LME)
1 oz tettnanger (or hallertau or saaz)
WLP300 fermented at less than 70F

i like to steep munich in my hefes. anything from 2 ounces to 0.5 lbs makes for a good beer.

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this is a simple yet effective recipe:

6 lbs Wheat DME (or 7 lbs LME)
1 oz tettnanger (or hallertau or saaz)
WLP300 fermented at less than 70F

+1 extract hefes are probably the simplest beers to make. They turn out fantastic too!
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Should I secondary the hefe?? and if not how long should i leave it in primary??

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No need to secondary a Hefe.

Wait till you have a stable hydrometer reading, approx 2 weeks.

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i usually leave mine for 2-3 weeks, then straight to bottle/keg

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