Bavarian Hefeweizen All-Grain Kit


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Our Bavarian Hefeweizen recipe kit yields a medium-bodied, effervescent ale practically exploding with yeast and wheat malt character — kind of like a liquid multi-grain bread.

We strongly recommend ordering dry yeast in the summer months. We do include complimentary ice packs with all liquid yeasts, but it is difficult to guarantee that the ice packs will survive the trip given transit times and particularly hot temperatures.

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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 hefeweizen beer 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
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I have not used an "advanced kit" yet. What do I need to know about necessary equipment and skill in making this particular beer?
Patrick M on May 11, 2015
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.
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Do you know what the expected Final Gravity for the Bavarian Hefe is supposed to be?
Keith G on Jun 4, 2015
Best Answer: The final gravity of the Bavarian Hefeweizen should be around 1.010-1.014.
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