T-Can & Bearcat's Wheaten Beatdown Extract Kit w/ Specialty Grains

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Is it an over-bittered American wheat beer, or is it an American pale ale with too much wheat in the grist? Who cares, it's awesome.

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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Danielle “Trashcan” Meinhardt and Derek “Bearcat” Britton brew and drink this, their signature ale, when not solving crimes or working at NB World HQ. Is it an over-bittered American wheat beer, or is it an American pale ale with too much wheat in the grist? Who cares, it's awesome. Straw gold in color with a rich white cap of long-lasting foam, the nose is a big snort of Pacific Northwest hops in front of a subtle buttered-pastry sweetness from a small percentage of pale caramel malt. A high ratio of wheat malt brings bread dough overtones to the clean, firm, almost IPA-like bitterness. Blonde enough for the summer, burly enough for the winter – just like Minnesotans.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Beer Style American Pale Ale/Cream Ale, Wheat Beers
Regional Style USA
Color Light
Original Gravity 1045
Total Time to Make 4 weeks
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I'm about to brew this, but my travel schedule will necessitate letting the primary fermentation run for 7 to 10 days and the secondary fermentation will need to run for 11 days. Will there be any problems with this?
Jim M on May 18, 2015
Best Answer: No, you shouldn't experience any problems from using that fermentation schedule.
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Hey, I've been wanting to brew my first fruit beer using the calamondin (similar to kumquat) fruits from my backyard, I know wheat is common for fruit but I frankly prefer IPA and cleaner ales when I drink. Reading the components of this Wheaten Beatdown struck my interest as a great mix to add calamondin - you think it will work? A bit of zest at very end of boil and puree the actual fruit for secondary, you think? Thanks!
Paul H on Jun 25, 2015
Best Answer: I just done this brew about 2 months ago put wild cherries in it five pounds took 2 months but turned out fantastic this is a great beer for fruit I put mine in the primary 4 days after pitching I think that's what you should do primary 18 days 3 weeks secondary I repitched before bottling that's my choice strong bottling yeast is a must after siting 5 to 6 weeks in carboy good luck steve sanitation and puree
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