I made this recipe about a month ago. Turned out great. I was really looking for something with the residual sweetness of Lienenkugels (sp?) Honey Weiss.. This recipe is an excellent wheat beer. Mine didn't have the honey sweetness I was looking for, but in the recipe's defense, I used cheap honey from Kroeger which probably attributed to the lack of honey presence. I recommend using local honey from you LHBS or from a local vendor.
Excellent beer with a short turnaround time. The honey malt requires some time to mellow but a week in secondary or in a keg will knock that out.
Hope this helps someone!
Eat 'em up Kats!
I would rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotamy.
So I just cracked one open for the first time last night and for some reason it tasted a little watered down. I hit all the target numbers (+ or - .001) volume was about right exactly 48 bottles... did I mash too low? any ideas?