If I had some Tettnanger I would probably brew a Belgian pale ale. I brewed one a couple months ago with Styrian Goldings that came out pretty good, but I would use a different yeast next time. The WB-06 I used really muted the hop character. I would probably go with WLP515 next time.
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Thanks for the suggestion...That sounds tasty. I also found a recipe for a Belgian Abbey that looks good. I'm very quickly learning how different strains of yeast will have dramatically different results. Lot's to learn but I'm really having fun with it.
do a hefeweizen. Tettnanger or Hallertau both work great for Hef's
+1! Hefe is the way I went with mine.
__________________ For Sale: Stainless Steel Shanks - 3-1/8" Kegged: Breakfast Stout Primary: German Hefeweizen (Munich vs. Munich Classic) Souring: None On Deck: NHC Entries! On the Horizon: Epic Pale ale clone, Atrial Rubicite clone (ECY20) Updated: 2017-01-03