Dunkelweizen Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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Its name means "dark wheat," and that just what it is. An amber-colored version of a German hefeweizen, Dunkelweizen has the same spicy yeast and creamy wheat character of its pale counterpart, but with as much rich maltiness as a dark Bavarian lager. This kit produces an ale with a hazy mahogany color, medium-full body, and spicy, bready aromas and flavors.

 

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SKU 1270
Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity

1053

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style German/Czech/Continental
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style German Ales,Wheat Beers
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 100 reviews
57%
(57)
29%
(29)
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Brandon K.
Excellent beer

Easy to make, came out delicious. Tons of banana and clove, with a malty backbone. So happy I made this! Fermented it right in my basement closet with an ambient temperature of around 65-67 degrees and it came out perfectly. I did not rack it to a secondary, I just let it sit in the primary for the full 3 weeks.

G
Gregg S.
Just racked

It tasted good room temperature before bottling. Medium mouth feel, smell of banana, taste of caramel on the end. That is usually and indication the beer will turn out well when it is carbonated and cold.

B
Brandon C.
Great Beer

It came out as expected and is very tasty

G
Grey M.7.
excellent Dunkeleweizen

I bought 2 kits and fermented them in a 14gal conical anvil. came out excellent. follow the directions and you can't miss.

J
Jim S.
Best Yet

I brew this regularly with a yeast startef but this time I used the fast pitch starter on a stir plate a little over 12 hrs, It needed a blow off tube for a week then very active fermentation in the airlock for over another week. Kegged it at about 3 weeks and it has a great flavors and aromas you'd expect from a Weissbier, I like to think the fast pitch was the answer with using the dry yeast (WB-06) since I have used liquid in the past. I am a very happy beer drinker!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 100 reviews
57%
(57)
29%
(29)
13%
(13)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
B
Brandon K.
Excellent beer

Easy to make, came out delicious. Tons of banana and clove, with a malty backbone. So happy I made this! Fermented it right in my basement closet with an ambient temperature of around 65-67 degrees and it came out perfectly. I did not rack it to a secondary, I just let it sit in the primary for the full 3 weeks.

G
Gregg S.
Just racked

It tasted good room temperature before bottling. Medium mouth feel, smell of banana, taste of caramel on the end. That is usually and indication the beer will turn out well when it is carbonated and cold.

B
Brandon C.
Great Beer

It came out as expected and is very tasty

G
Grey M.7.
excellent Dunkeleweizen

I bought 2 kits and fermented them in a 14gal conical anvil. came out excellent. follow the directions and you can't miss.

J
Jim S.
Best Yet

I brew this regularly with a yeast startef but this time I used the fast pitch starter on a stir plate a little over 12 hrs, It needed a blow off tube for a week then very active fermentation in the airlock for over another week. Kegged it at about 3 weeks and it has a great flavors and aromas you'd expect from a Weissbier, I like to think the fast pitch was the answer with using the dry yeast (WB-06) since I have used liquid in the past. I am a very happy beer drinker!