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Old 04-10-2012, 09:47 PM   #41
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I am mashing at 154* my 5 gallon version of this now--
60/40 wheat & two row,
saaz to bitter (20 ibu),
2oz of chamomile at 60 min and probably flameout addition too [edit: 0.6 oz at 5 min / store didnt have scale and I eyeballed way low].
1# of good honey at flameout.
and wb06 dry yeast
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:57 PM   #42
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I am mashing at 154* my 5 gallon version of this now--
60/40 wheat & two row,
saaz to bitter (20 ibu),
2oz of chamomile at 60 min and probably flameout addition too,
1# of good honey at flameout.
and wb06 dry yeast
cheers!
I think WB-06 throws a lot of banana/clove esters. I've got some in my closet that I've never used, but I've read things about it. That might be great, but definitely not what I was shooting for when I made this. With honey and chamomile, I think the neutral yeast wouldn't interfere.

OTOH, I would love to try it with the WB-06. Very interesting. Good Luck.
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:04 PM   #43
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I have not used wb06 either. I might split- ferment the batch with a second yeast; I have US05, Windsor and Notty.

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Old 04-16-2012, 12:52 AM   #44
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I brewed this the other day, the mods being that I used ahtanum, wlp005, and I added a half pound of honey malt and only 12 oz. of honey. Obviously I also adjusted the recipe to my 80% efficiency. I picked up a Wolavers Wildflower Wheat to get an idea of a commercial example and after pulling a hydro sample its awesome. This may definitely become a stape in my rotation and I may do a second batch as soon as I can. By the way I got my chamomile off amazon for 5 bucks.

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Old 04-19-2012, 10:32 PM   #45
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Now THIS is what I'm talkin about. Shot a 98 today, hit the majority of my fairways, had a few pars, and came home to this...

Thank you passedpawn! I'll definitely be brewing this again!

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Now THIS is what I'm talkin about. Shot a 98 today, hit the majority of my fairways, had a few pars, and came home to this...

Thank you passedpawn! I'll definitely be brewing this again!

What a way to end a long day!

That looks perfect! Oh, and way to break 100 (I'll never do it, I'm a hack, wutever ).
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Old 04-25-2012, 06:52 PM   #47
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I'm very curious as to what a variation of this brew would taste like if it was hybridized with a Wit. Maybe some orange zest added in after fermentation.
I might try something like that pretty soon.

also, how do you feel about honey malt instead of honey?

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If you want orange, just do a wit or American Wheat. That will be too much for this beer I think.

Honey malt would be very interesting. I've used it a couple of times. That stuff smells exactly like honey when the malt is fresh!

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This might be a silly question, but where do you buy chamomile?

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This might be a silly question, but where do you buy chamomile?
I got mine at a local place called Palm Harbor Whole Foods. It's a smallish grocery store for very particular (!) people. Loads of organic stuff, etc. I'll bet you have a place near you like that.

I'll bet some of the high-end tea places also carry whole chamomile flowers. There's a place called Teavana that you might have nearby. I've gotten it online (for my tea-drinking habit) at:

http://www.adagio.com/herbal/chamomile.html?SID=be40f876993e2762f2bbfce97941df4 6

You can also grow your own, fairly easily. Look for German Chamomile seeds.
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