Originally Posted by DirtbagHomebrew
I'm regards to making a wit. I think the task ahead of me is pretty monumental. However I think the main challenge/ hindrence is that there aren't any gf witbier yeasts. So i feel that might be a major flavor contributer. With that in mind, I'm thinking that I need to run a 1 gal batch and instead of fermenting it, partition it out into jars or flasks or something and make a non gf witbier yeast gf. Then there also the possibility of capturing a wildyeast as well. Either way coopers ale yeast and Windsor ale yeasts don't seem to impart the right flavor.
I've used these in my GF Wit and Hefe's
-SafBrew Specialty Ale (T-58)
-SafBrew Wheat (WB-06)
Thus far both of those beers have been nice, I like the WB-06 though. All of those are gluten free