All Grain Yeast:
S-05 Yeast Starter:
No Additional Yeast or Yeast Starter:
No Batch Size (Gallons):
5 Original Gravity:
1.052 Final Gravity:
5 Boiling Time (Minutes):
60 Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):
2 weeks @ 65 Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp):
N/A Tasting Notes:
A slightly sweet take on a clean american wheat. Slightly like a Guava/Mango Quaffer
Decided to brew a wheat for spring and to play with mosaic, but it did not last that long.
Hard to describe, but tastes like a sweeter passion fruit/guava american hefeweizen that has been a hit with everyone that has tried it. Defiantly more of a hop forward beer (but not bitter hoppy), the wheat comes through but just hints at it.
Took it to a brew share a few weeks ago, the brew shop owners wife that doesn't drink malted beverages (cider lover) tried some and had me brew them a 5 gallon batch. So it has it's appeals!
4lb - Great western 2-row
4lb - Great western wheat malt
1lb - Gambrinus honey malt
Mash : 152* 60 Minutes
.25oz Mosaic @ FWH (60 minute boil)
.75oz Mosaic @15
1oz Mosaic @0 (steep for 10 minutes to let everything settle)
Ferment with S-05 @65* for 2 weeks
Kegged and hit it with 10PSI for another week and started enjoying it. Gets better with time, but it's highly drinkable very quickly.
First time posting a recipe. Apologies if i forgot something.
:EDIT: IBU says 5, which isn't true, that is the SRM, the IBU is 25