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Its name means "dark wheat," and that's just what it is. An amber-colored version of a German hefeweizen, Dunkelweizen has the same spicy yeast and creamy wheat character of its pale counterpart, but with as much rich maltiness as a dark Bavarian lager. This kit produces an ale with a hazy mahogany color, medium-full body, and spicy, bready aromas and flavors.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Dunkelweizen Extract Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style German/Czech/Continental Original Gravity 1053 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
4.1 / 5.049 ReviewsThis Is Great!This was my 1st Northern Brewer recipe and I have to say that this is AMAZING! I followed the enclosed NB instructions with only one exception--I steeped 8oz of Caramunich I. I would say that this is on par with some of the $9 bottles of Dunkelweizen that I have purchased from local beer stores. Can't wait to share this one with friends and family. This is a beer that any home brewer can be proud of! Bravo Northern Brewer!April 23, 2016It's that little something more than a plain hefeweizenVery easy to brew. I added a little caramunich malt into the recipe to give it that little extra kick. Went with the wyeast 3068 and held temps around 67-68F. The banana/clove smell and taste are spot on.December 14, 2015Big Hit For My Octoberfest PartyTasted great prior to carbonation - great spices and aroma. Got a little funky after carbonation but finished very nicely after a week or so. It was a big hit at the party! Will definitely buy again for next year!September 13, 2016Great recipeVery easy instructions. Beer turned out great.March 25, 2016Spicy, Dark and DeliciousThis beer is easy to brew and it is a hit with all my beer buddies. It has a complex, spicy aroma and flavor, brewed dark and crystal clear. I will be brewing this one again!August 5, 2015Delicious Icy BeverageMy first attempt with this recipe, I love it. Time to make more beer!May 5, 2015Excellernt. Wunderbar. Lecker!Great Bavarian beer. Delicious. Always like having some on hand.July 16, 2013Good flavorI added a lb of chocolate malt to this recipe and it comes out great. Good malty sweetness with a hint of hops. Great for a cold winter night.October 29, 2013Best Brew YetI have brewed around a dozen extract kits thus far. Not an expert yet but this is my best brew yet. Brewed twice already.August 29, 2013A croud pleaserI made this and added a few 'extras' an extra lb. of wheat DME, 1 oz. bitter orange peel, and a few whole cloves. It turned out great! Unfortunatly it went way to fast!! I will brew this one again in the near future.December 31, 2010
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 6 answersWill be bottling soon. Any suggestions on the proper amount of priming sugar?BEST ANSWER: for a 5 gal batch 5.oz
http://www.northernbrewer.com/priming-sugarPrevious kits had me steep crushed grains in a cheesecloth type bag before adding LME.This kit doesn't have the grains or bag. Is it supposed to be like this?BEST ANSWER: Yes his kit has two malt bottles. its as simple as simple can be. the Dunkelweizen came out great! two of my buddies that are avid brewers and do all grain and they thought it tasted great. I recommend using the Wyeast Laboratories. Weihenstephan 3068 yeast. i would also recommend using 22oz bottles if you are going to bottle.Is there a 1 gallon small batch extract kit for this beer? I want to experiment with smoked malts or wood chips, but I don't want to risk screwing up a 5 gallon batch.BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the request! There is currently no 1 gallon kit but I will pass along your request. We do post the recipes and you could try getting 1/5th the ingredients and brewing a recipe that way. Cheers!Is there a 1 gallon small batch kit for this beer? I want to try using oak chips or smoked malts, but don't want to risk messing up a 5 gallon batch.BEST ANSWER: Hi there,
We do not sell this in a 1 gallon kit. Sorry about that! Cheers!
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