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Ain’t No Foolin’ Wit Bier Recipe

Here's a light bodied, moderately spiced Belgian wit.

Hops & Berries 1 year, 3 months ago

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Try this light-bodied, moderately spiced Belgian wit.

OG (est): 1.052
FG (est): 1.012
IBUs (est): 19
ABV (est): 5.2%

HOPS SCHEDULE/ADDITIVES

1.5 oz (43 g) Saaz at 40 minutes
.33 oz (9 g) Orange Peel at 5 minutes
.33 oz (9 g) Coriander at 5 minutes

YEAST

Wit (Wyeast 3942/3944) (WLP 400/410)

ALL-GRAIN RECIPE

MALT/GRAIN BILL

4 lb (1.81 kg) Belgian Pilsen
4 lb (1.81 kg) White Wheat Malt
1 lb (453 g) Flaked Barley
1 lb (453 g) Rice Hulls
1 lb (453 g) Flaked White Wheat

DIRECTIONS

Mash grains for 60 minutes at 148°F (64°C). Boil for 60 minutes.

PARTIAL-MASH RECIPE

MALT/GRAIN BILL

4.5 lb (2.41 kg) Wheat Liquid Malt Extract
1.5 lb (680 g) Belgian Pilsen
1.5 lb (680 g) White Wheat Malt
0.5 lb (227 g) Flaked Barley
0.5 lb (227 g) Flaked White Wheat

DIRECTIONS

Mash grains for 60 minutes at 148°F (64°C). Boil for 60 minutes.

EXTRACT RECIPE

MALT/GRAIN BILL

7 lb (3.18 kg) Wheat Liquid Malt Extract
1 lb (453 g) Dextrine/Carafoam

DIRECTIONS

Steep grains for 30 minutes at 160°F (71°C). Boil for 60 minutes.

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The talented homebrewers at Hops & Berries homebrew supply shop in Fort Collins graciously helped develop this homebrew recipe. The recipe is built to yield a batch size of 5 gallons (19 liters) and assumes 72 percent brewhouse efficiency.

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