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Weyermann® Pale Wheat

$2.29

SKU# U16901

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1.5° L. German wheat malt - crucial for traditional Bavarian Hefeweizen.

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1.5° L. Use up to 80% for wheat beers, or in smaller proprtions to add body and head retention to Kolsch, altbier, and other ales. Protein rest recommended.
Additional Information
Malt TypeInternational Base Malt
Alpha Amylase0
Diastatic Power>300 WK
Extract %84-86
OriginGermany
Soluble Protein %0
Total Protein %11-12.5
S/T38-44
Usage %80
Lovibond1.0-2.0
Moisture %4.5-5.5
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Pale wheat
A great malt for my German style hefeweizens. Also works great in my tangerine witbier. Brewdog333
September 26, 2017
Purchased
1 month ago
Abosolutely LOVE It!!!
My favorite wheat beers are Cellis (no longer in Texas where I grew up) and Hoegaarden. I made a mash of 80% Weyermann® Pale Wheat and 20% Rahr 6-Row, touch of noble hops, and Wyeast 3068 Weihenstephan. Gorgeous, tasty clone of the two beers!!! I did not do a glucose/ferulic acid rest but did do a 30 minuets protein rest between 122*F-124*F then 60 minuets at 148*F to 150*F and fermented at 70*F to 72*F. My beer brewing buddy gave kudos on this clone!!!Awesome wheat malt, will definitely be brewing this from Mid-Spring to Mid-Fall!!!
January 29, 2016
Delicious
Used as 65% grain bill in my Bavarian hefe. Gives it a nice fluffy taste with a bready finish. Did use a 4 step mash rest however.
July 26, 2017
Purchased
3 months ago
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do you mix this base malt with another for a hefeweizen?
A shopper on Oct 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Traditionally about 50% with a pale or pilsner malt though you can do different ratios in either direction.

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