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  1. B

    Weiss Beer flop

    Hi, I recently bottled another batch of weisse beer but this time around things did not go to plan, or rather not taste to plan. Not sure what went wrong but a few things was adjusted unfortunately. All my previous batches came out beautifully. First the brew batch was increased from 23litres...
  2. rycardo

    My first brew - Fermentation doubts

    Hello, I’m doing my first brew, is a weissbier. The fermentation started 8 days ago. I checked the gravity three days ago and today, and it didn’t change, is on 1012 (matching receipt FG). I was reading several posts and in most of them is recommended to wait, at least, two weeks before bottle...
  3. jlash630

    Weihenstaphen Hefe orignal gravity

    Good morning, On the brewery website the OG is listed as %/weight.. is this % sugar? I am having trouble converting this to *Plato or specific gravity.. I intend to brew a "clone" of this on saturday and am trying to finalize the details in Beersmith. Currently I have my OG set for 1.052 which...
  4. Schlenkerla

    Weissbier Schneider & Sohn Original German Hefe Weizen Ale

    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 Grain Bill 5.33 lbs of German or French Wheat Malt 3.5 lbs of German Pilsner Malt Step Mash Mash in at: 95F for 10...
  5. major.noms

    Fruit Beer Strawberry Rhubarb American Wheat Beer

    40% Briess White Wheat Malt 50% Briess Pale Ale Malt 2-Row 5% Briess Victory Malt 5% Rice Hulls (although no gravity achieved from hulls) Mashed @ 154'F for 60 min; raised to 168'f to stop conversion; collected wort in kettle and began boil. .50 oz Belma @ 60 minutes (17.2 ibu) .50 oz Belma @...