American Wheat Beer All Grain Beer Recipe Kit
Enjoy this American wheat beer for its medium hopping and neutral, oh-so-drinkable finish; this is one spritzy, refreshing, warm-weather crowd-pleaser.
Like their German cousins, American wheat beers feature large proportions of malted wheat in the grain bill and are naturally a bit cloudy in appearance. Unlike German hefeweizens, though, American wheat beers have a bit more hop character and are fermented with a milder-tasting yeast.
We packed all of that into a beer recipe kit built from the freshest ingredients. The result is a wheat with a wonderfully spicy, noble hop aroma and a satisfyingly clean, neutral finish -- a gregarious All-American beer brewed for sharing.
Very Impressive - First Time Fermenter
This was my first home brew and I was very impressed with the over-all flavor of this beer. I am hooked now, there is no going back to commercial beer! I will definitely buy this kit again, it turned out great.
Excellent - Garagebrewer
Great summer wheat. Everyone loves it. No one would guess it's a home brew! Finished first keg and they wanted to know when I could make more!
|Total Time to Make||4 weeks|
|Beer Style||Wheat Beers|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Easy to brew and repeatable..hit #'s every time.
Going to start adding flavors to the recipe next.
It honestly only took a week to ferment (like it says in the directions). I have a keggerator, and so I "aged" it by just carbing it slow for a week in the fridge (as opposed to room temp for a 1-2 weeks as directed). The flavor was surprisingly "simple" (I am trying not to say bland) - I was expecting more. However, it grew on me and is a GREAT light beer for July + August in MN (ugh...)
don't no yet couple More Days
It's a magic formula body and taste!! My beer tasting even without completed the carbonation time was as YOU guys described refreshing!!AGAIN THUMBS UP!!!RECOMMENDED
Not typically a huge wheat beer fan, but I was really being it to have something on tap for the in-laws and neighbors who like light beers. I brewed it with omega hothead yeast, fermented in the mid-70s, and racked onto peach puree. It turned out to be a fantastic beer that I keep going back to myself. The hothead worked really well with the peaches.