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One of the signature brews of Bavaria, Hefeweizen is a medium-bodied, effervescent ale practically exploding with yeast and wheat malt character – kind of like a liquid multigrain bread. Our kit is 100% traditional—cloudy, malty, and spicy, with a smooth mouthfeel and dense, whipped-cream head. Serve in a tall glass “mit hefe” - swirl the bottle to make sure you get all the yeast!
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here! Beer Style German Ales, Wheat Beers Regional Style German/Czech/Continental Color Light Original Gravity 1049 Total Time to Make 4 weeks
Browse 2 questions and 13 answersShow all answers | Sort byI have not used an "advanced kit" yet. What do I need to know about necessary equipment and skill in making this particular beer?Best Answer: When you see the "Advanced" on a kit that means it is an all-grain kit. Below is a link to some good info on the mashing and sparging process of all-grain brewing. With these recipes you are getting all grains and need a mash tun to add all the grains and your strike water to convert the starches into fermentable sugars during your mash rest. Having a mash/lauter tun, hot liquor tank, and a larger kettle to boil in. You can also do a method called brew in a bag but would still need a larger kettle to be able to handle full volume boils. Generally I would recommend a kettle 10 gallons in size for all grain batches. Most of our kits we also have available in extract versions if that is what you were looking for.
http://www.northernbrewer.com/documentation/MashingSparging.pdfDo you know what the expected Final Gravity for the Bavarian Hefe is supposed to be?Best Answer: The final gravity of the Bavarian Hefeweizen should be around 1.010-1.014.
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