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Old 05-18-2012, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default What style fruit beer would this be?

For contest entry an apricot wheat which is fermented with neutral American yeast the type would be fruit beer. What is the correct sub-type? About the only one that matches would be German Weizen, but with neutral yeast none of the clove/banana flavors will be present. Go with that and add a note on the yeast to the judges?

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category american wheat beer...

sounds delicious- good luck
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