Gaarden Hoe Witbier Extract Beer Recipe Kit
The perfect pint after a hard day work, Gaarden Hoe is an ode to the historic and refreshing Belgian wit. Classic wheat is expertly tilled into a traditional pilsner malt bill and modest, grounded hop profile. Coriander and bitter orange peel offer slightly tart and citrusy undertones to quench even the most parched palate.
A traditional recipe makes this witbier beer kit irresistible. The use of classic wheat and pilsner malts give this beer an incredibly creamy and smooth mouthfeel. The moderate strength of this beer makes it a great beer for sipping on a hot summer afternoon. Late additions of coriander and bitter orange peel really round out the slightly tart flavors from the yeast. The use of Saaz hops adds faint spiciness that balances perfectly with spice additions.
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|Total Time to Make||6 weeks|
|Beer Style||Trappist/Belgian Ale,Wheat Beers|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
ONE OF THE BEST BREWS I'VE MADE. DEFINITELY MAKING AGAIN.
I brewed this beer. Tried it after one week in the bottle. Horrible. Almost poured it all out. Now it 6 weeks in the bottle and I’m drinking it. Strong favor of banana. It’s nothing like Blue Moon but I’m drinking vit
Had 3 regular HoeGdn drinkers try it, and they were impressed. I packaged it in a Corny keg and served via kegerator.
This is my second time making this one and it is one of my absolute favorites. I went right by the recipe and used Wyeast 3944 Belgian Wit yeast. Also, I did a 1L starter culture, which I think makes the beer more crisp in the end.
Came out great. I added a little more cumin and some fresh orange zest. Delicious!