- 4 lbs. White Wheat Malt
- 3.5 lbs. Brewer's 2-Row
- .5 lbs. Munich 10L
- .5 lbs. Caramel 40L
Single infusion mash. Mashed at 152 degrees for 60 minutes. Mashed out at 168 for 10 minutes. Fly sparged.
Boiled for 75 minutes
- 1 oz. Saaz for 60 minutes
- .25 oz Saaz for 15 minutes
- .25 oz Saaz for 5 minutes
Pitched 1 packet of US-05 and half packet of WB-06 (rehydrated). Fermented for 21 days. First 18 days in mid-60s. Cold crashed the final 3 days.
Dry hopped with 1 oz of Centennial Hops for 7 days.
I brewed this beer with a friend who loves craft beer and is considering getting into brewing. His favorite beer is Oberon, so I looked for info about clones for that beer and cobbled this together. I have never had Oberon, so I can't say whether it is close. But the beer is good. The most surprising part of the brew is the pronounced fruit aroma that I would characterize as tropical fruit (and definitely more than just citrus). I'm having my friend over this weekend for his first tasting, and hope he enjoys it.