From one badger to another All grain isn't that hard. ...and - this turned out pretty good...Matt, the recipe looks like others I have seen, so hopefully it turns out for you. The problem for me is that I don't know how to covert an AG to extract, can anyone help me do the conversion of this recipe?
Again, thanks to all and your help!
Apparently you aren't too familiar with spotted cow. It's not a wheat beer.I've been told wheat beer its important to get the right yeast. Don't ferment or sparge too hot. What do you have for containers? Bottles? Don't use too much hops either. WB drinkers like them fairly sublime.
I made a big batch of wort and split it and tried two different yeasts. It's amazing how different the two turned out. The WB-06 has a citrus flavor and so far everyone has liked it.
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Interesting. I would really like to know what temperature (actual beer temperature) you fermented at? That yeast is very temperature temperamental, so increasing the fermentation temp affects the fruit ester production.I do seem to recall it having more of a fruit flavor then what I created, but maybe that will be a bit more pronounced once it mellows out.