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Amber Wheat Ale


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Batch Size (gallons)5
Efficiency95%
Recipe typeExtract
Style6D. American Wheat or Rye Beer
Original Gravity1.041
Final Gravity1.011
ABV3.94% (basic)   /   3.92% (advanced)       [what's this?]
IBU17
Color9.5 SRM
Boil Time60 min

YeastDCL/Fermentis WB-06 (Safbrew Wheat)

Fermentables
NameAmtPctSRM
Wheat Liquid Extract3 lbs 4.8 oz55.7%8
Amber Dry Extract2 lbs33.8%12.5
Munich Malt - 20L 6 oz6.3%20
Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L 4 oz4.2%120

Hops
NameAmtTimeAlphaIBU
Sterling (Boil).75 oz606%17
Sterling (Boil).25 oz16%0

DirectionsBring 2 gallons of water up to 155 degrees and turn off heat.  Add specialty grains to a muslin bag and steep for 30 minutes.  Once complete start to bring water to boil and discard grains.  Slowly work in liquid and dry extracts while constantly stirring.  Add first addition of hops at first sign of boil.  Continue to boil for an hour and add remaining hops with one minute left in boil.  Transfer to primary fermenter and add water until you reach 5 gallons.  

Fermentation
notes
Ferment for 4-7 days in primary and then transfer to secondary for 7 more days.  







This extract American Wheat or Rye Beer homebrew recipe was submitted by mrpbody33.