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Old 07-21-2012, 05:43 AM   #571
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.note most hefeweizen's have very little carbonation, I personally like my carbonation so I make/serve just like any other beer!
most hefeweizens have high carbonation... here's a little snippet from the BJCP style guideline..
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Every hefe I was ever served in Germany was pretty well carbonated...
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Old 07-21-2012, 12:43 PM   #572
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most hefeweizens have high carbonation... here's a little snippet from the BJCP style guideline..

Every hefe I was ever served in Germany was pretty well carbonated...
I mistyped your right...I mention to say most are highly carbonated (sometimes at a rate of 4 times a normal beer) I however just serve them like the rest....I apologize for my misspeak/typo
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Old 07-21-2012, 02:28 PM   #573
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I mistyped your right...I mention to say most are highly carbonated (sometimes at a rate of 4 times a normal beer) I however just serve them like the rest....I apologize for my misspeak/typo

no prob Slim... this is a GREAT beer and either highly carbonated or low its still a crowd pleaser
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Old 07-22-2012, 04:55 AM   #574
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I did a version of this with wlp 300 and it came out great. There was a little bit of white pellicle when I bottled so there is a great sourness to it. I squeezed a lemon in one glass for an incredible citrus flavor. It was like summer shandy in the bizarro world.

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Old 07-25-2012, 12:00 AM   #575
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I also used WLP300... it's the closest yeast i could source.... i brewed it cold so that the bana flavor would be subdued.. so, i just kegged it tonight.... once done, i had a pitcher left with no container to bottle it in... guess what i did, DRANK THE WHOLE THING FLAT! it was great!, warm and flat! i can't wait till this is carbed and chilled...... once of the best summer brews i've ever brewed. hands down.

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I also used WLP300... it's the closest yeast i could source.... i brewed it cold so that the bana flavor would be subdued.. so, i just kegged it tonight.... once done, i had a pitcher left with no container to bottle it in... guess what i did, DRANK THE WHOLE THING FLAT! it was great!, warm and flat! i can't wait till this is carbed and chilled...... once of the best summer brews i've ever brewed. hands down.
LOL...thats what I call not wasting a drop...glad you like the recipe, it gets even better with Hef IV, but you did the smart thing fermenting cooler with WLP300 because it can really get a strong banana flavor to it!
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:52 PM   #577
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Kegged since Saturday and almost kicked . Guess I just need to make more!

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Old 07-26-2012, 01:47 AM   #578
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Kegged since Saturday and almost kicked . Guess I just need to make more!
Nice house, nice glass. Now invite me over for a taste before you kick it, wanna be sure I like it! I'm work in Cleona.
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Nice house, nice glass. Now invite me over for a taste before you kick it, wanna be sure I like it! I'm work in Cleona.
HAHA thanks. Just moved back in after September floods and rebuilt house ourselves. I ended up kicking it last night...sorry. When I make it again I'll let ya know.
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HAHA thanks. Just moved back in after September floods and rebuilt house ourselves. I ended up kicking it last night...sorry. When I make it again I'll let ya know.
Floods were a bitch, sorry about yer house. No worries on the brew, I may get a jump on Fall beers anyway unless the wife wants this made before then. Gimmie a PM if you ever wanna have a beer or exchange some homebrew, I hit the Batdorf every now and then.
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