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Hello all, I am hoping to brew a Belgium amber ale with a taste as close as possible to Ayinger Weizenbock. I have tried 5 of 6 different weizenbocks and for me, none of them are as good as Ayinger's and I can't find a clone recipe.
I modeled this based on general weizenbock recipes and I'm...
Hans-Peter Drexler's Recipe for Authentic Weissbier - Masterbrewer for Scheider & Sohn.
Lifted from Secrets of Master Brewers. By Jeff Alworth
The Book - Google Search
5.33 lbs of German or French Wheat Malt
3.5 lbs of German Pilsner Malt
Mash in at:
95F for 10...
While killing time this morning, I landed on this page: http://www.ayinger.de/cms/index.php/274.html.
When I searched for Kirtabier I found lots of pages that quote, without reference, the Ayinger page.
I've never heard of Kirtabier before, and wonder if this is a style or simply a trademark.