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Old 03-19-2013, 01:47 AM   #201
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Sorry, this is just my opinion, but nooooooo you don't want to extend the primary for a hefe and you definitely don't want a secondary. That strips away a ton of yeast that would otherwise add flavor!

I'm not talking about a hefe. I'm talking about the blue moon clone I brewed the other day. when I brew this hefe I will most certainly follow your fermenting sched for kegging
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Old 03-19-2013, 06:05 PM   #202
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Same applies for wits. You want to drink weizens, wheats, wits, etc., young and fresh. But again, just my opinion
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:38 PM   #203
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Same applies for wits. You want to drink weizens, wheats, wits, etc., young and fresh. But again, just my opinion
Do you think fermentation will be complete in a week?
I'm new to this so I could use some edumacation
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:44 PM   #204
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Most average-gravity beers will complete fermentation in a week, often less. Many users on here will say to leave it for at least three weeks in primary... this only applies to some styles.

There are styles that you want to get drink ASAP once fermentation is complete. The aforementioned wheat beers plus others like Milds are meant to be enjoyed young.

That is how I'm able to get this beer from grain to glass in 10 days.
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Will be brewing this up this week thanks
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Will be brewing this up this week thanks
Ask any questions you may have. Be sure to post results!
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Most average-gravity beers will complete fermentation in a week, often less. Many users on here will say to leave it for at least three weeks in primary... this only applies to some styles.

There are styles that you want to get drink ASAP once fermentation is complete. The aforementioned wheat beers plus others like Milds are meant to be enjoyed young.

That is how I'm able to get this beer from grain to glass in 10 days.
I hope you're right. I'll check on this beer in a week
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Old 03-20-2013, 02:00 PM   #208
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Does this mean that if I brew this shortly, as a beer for summer...its a bad idea? I plan to bottle
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Brewed this on Monday. I upped the grain bill by a couple pounds to get higher ABV and used WLP300 with my stir plate. Fermentation was pretty crazy! The wort smells great so can't wait to try it
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Does this mean that if I brew this shortly, as a beer for summer...its a bad idea? I plan to bottle
Well it'll be fine but some of the hefe/wheat flavors and aromas will fade over time. But you can always brew now and then brew again later so it's ready as a summer choice.
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