First Partial Mash (American Pale Wheat Ale)

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Lordsoth

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After watching several videos on Youtube, I've decided I'd like to do a partial mash for my next brew. Here's a recipe along the lines of what I was thinking of doing:

Batch size: 5.0 gallons
3lbs Extra Light Dry Extract
3lbs Crushed Wheat Malt
8oz Crushed Honey Malt
8oz Crushed Crystal 20L

Hop schedule:
60 mins 1.0oz Amarillo leaf
15 mins 0.5oz Amarillo leaf
10 mins 0.5oz Amarillo leaf
5 mins 1.0oz Amarillo leaf
1 min 1.0 oz Amarillo leaf
Dry hop 1.0oz Amarillo leaf

Yeast:
Wyeast German Wheat (3333)

Original Gravity
1.049
(1.044 to 1.051)
Final Gravity
1.013
(1.011 to 1.014)
Color
5° SRM
Bitterness
32.4 IBU
BU:GU
0.66



4.8% A.B.V.

I'm pretty noobish when it come to grain mashing (well brewing in general, lol) so I was wondering if you guys could lend a hand to create something that would work well. Thanks for any help!
 

brewmasterpa

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looks good. maybe up your wheat malt another pound, and use wyeast 1010. its an american wheat strain. should work a little better for you.
 
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