I enjoyed my first home-brew last night... a Wheaten Ale. I rushed it a little, but hey, it's my first one.
So I brew and ferment, and withing two days the SG is down to very near final FG, so I keep an eye on it and within the first week, it has reached a steady FG.
At two weeks, I bottle with the addition of 3/4 cup corn sugar (disolved in boiling water and allowed to cool, 5gal. batch, carefully mixed with no air) and rack to my bottles.
Another two weeks at 70F-80F conditioning, then chilled.
Popped a few last night, and poured with a small head, which imediately disapated.
Tasted good, with a nice fiz, but no head.
Did I rush and that's why, or is it normal for this style?
Are there additives for a better head?
The taste is pretty mild, and I feel it would have a better aroma and more taste with a nice head.