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Old 09-11-2011, 02:04 PM   #621
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I have brewed this (approximate) recipe three times, the first time fermented at 62ºF, the next two times closer to 68ºF. .
Yep, if you want authentic Bavarian aroma & flavor, 68 degrees is the temp.

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Old 09-11-2011, 06:56 PM   #622
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No citrus to speak of, just medium banana, rich Graham crackery malt, low clove, and carbonic bite from 19 psi serving pressure.
19 PSI at what temp?
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Old 09-11-2011, 11:59 PM   #624
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19 PSI at what temp?
About 4°C, 39°F. Should be just over 3 volumes. It's hard to get a full glass in a single pour...
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Old 09-12-2011, 01:01 AM   #625
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I fermented mine at lower, around 60-62, I think. My thinking was that the temperature in the fermenter might be as much as 6-8 degrees higher than the ambient temps. Plus, I was fermenting in one of those rubber encased sanke kegs.

The result is still very tasty. But a lot more clove flavor and less banana. I'll probably try it at 68 next time. Good beer, though.

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No citrus to speak of, just medium banana, rich Graham crackery malt, low clove, and carbonic bite from 19 psi serving pressure.
This is exactly what I am looking for. I will give it a go your way next time and see what I can turn out!

Key changes are... water and ferment temp
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What would the effects be if I were to substitute the pils for 2 row/Maris Otter, or Vienna?

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What would the effects be if I were to substitute the pils for 2 row/Maris Otter, or Vienna?
A different beer. It would have a much more bready characteristic.

It would not be a Bavarian Hefeweizen though, but it may be an interesting experiment.

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I brew mine with 2-row. It still turns out fantastic. I can't compare the two though since I haven't tried it with pils yet. I don't typically buy pils, so this is why I tried it with 2-row.

I'll tell you right now though, this is the closest I have ever come to a Live Oak Hef. Maybe they use 2-row?
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Brewed another 5.5 gallon batch of this today. Very excited.

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