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Old 04-09-2008, 10:03 PM   #1
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is muntons wheat lme hopped?

the one in the orange can....

this one here..........



http://www.muntons.com/homebeer/othe...wheat_malt.asp


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Old 04-09-2008, 10:05 PM   #2
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Most of there stuff isnt hopped. doesnt look like that one is. I know that alot of companys that also make kits have hopped and unhopped versions of the same extract.


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Old 04-09-2008, 10:07 PM   #3
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that's lame.. I wanted to brew this stuff.. I'll have to wait.
are there any other bittering agents I can use?
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You dont want to use real hops? The prehopped stuff just basically adds a bight to it, no real hop taste. I guess you could look for hop oil or tablets
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Oh, No I just won't hav ethe change to brew this again for another wekk or two...
and I was wondering if I could use lemon or something else with a wheat beer to get that bite....otherwise I'll have to wait another 2 weeks to brew...
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you will need the hops or it will just have a lemon taste and not just a C-hop taste I would guess
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Oh well, I guess I'll wait hehehe
any other ideas for an alternative bittering agent?
or perhaps........ what does wheat taste like un-hopped?"
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Well, the point of the hops is to provide bitterness to counteract the unbearable sweetness of the malt. If you don't add hops, you'll have a sweet syrup-y drink, I think.
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That page's menu lists hopped malts separately. So, I'd say no.

I suppose you could brew now, but only 4 gallons. Then when you get your hops, boil them for 60 minutes in one gallon of water & add it to the fermenter. That limits the IBU to less than 20, but plenty for a wheat.
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If I had wheat malt and no hops... well first, I'd shed a tear. Then I'd head to the supermarket for some ginger. About 3 oz is good for my tastes.


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