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Old 05-09-2013, 06:31 PM   #61
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That's funny. I live in kc also and a buddy and I just split an11 gallon batch of a similar wheat beer
I am also looking to dry hop and was wondering what I should use. I want a hoppy wheat beer. Sort of like the boulevard 80 acre
80 Acre is a solid beer, but I think it could be better with a different dry hop. Something about just isn't right to my palate.

I'm not sure what I'm going to use, but I'll probably use something I already have on hand.
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Old 05-09-2013, 08:53 PM   #62
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80 Acre is a solid beer, but I think it could be better with a different dry hop. Something about just isn't right to my palate.

I'm not sure what I'm going to use, but I'll probably use something I already have on hand.
I'm thinking Amarillo.
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I'm thinking Amarillo.

I'm brewing this up now. I might just dry hop with cascade since I have a half ounce left.
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I'm thinking Amarillo.
I did a small late hop...flameout addition of Nelson and amarillo. Very nice
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Wow.....had a party and four different beers including an amber ale that scores in the 40s This one disappeared first, thanks muncher.
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Hey, I did your cream ale and wheat for a party I had last weekend. They disappeared quickly. Thanks a lot.
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Thanks for posting, testing on Boulevard lovers, and for the details. Boulevard and Lucky Bucket are two of my favorite wheat beers, been looking for a clone, planning a trip to my local for ingredients for my next brew day. One of my carboys opens up in a couple days.


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I am going to brew an extract version of this. I don't have the capability to do AG in the winter yet.

I converted it in Beersmith and it gave me 5.5lbs of wheat extract and a quarter lb of C20. I would like to use honey malt as well, would steeping .25 lbs of honey malt work in an extract version?
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Just wanted to add my experience with this recipe. Brewed a 5 gallon version of this on 3/1, racked to secondary on 3/10 (I was not patient and the kegerator was empty.. cold crashed 3/12, and kegged 3/13 (force carb’d 25PSI shake method for 2 mins). This does not taste great until after about 3 days in the keg. A week later and it is fantastic, and absolutely on the brew again list. I used Wyeast 1272 (wanted to try something I have never used before). OG was 1.048, dropped to 1.007. I did not use the flameout Cascade. A couple of friends did a blind tasting of this and actually thought it was better than BLVD Wheat, despite the higher ABV. This is an extremely sessionable and a very nice refreshing wheat. Thanks for sharing.


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Here is my version. With Safale 05
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