Improvenents on my weizen

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brhenrio
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Improvenents on my weizen

Post #1 by brhenrio » 2 weeks ago

Traditional wheat beer.

66% white wheat malt
33% bohemian pils
Wyeast 3068
0.5 oz hallertau blanc FWH
0.5 oz hallertau blanc flameout

I got the flavours i wanted from the yeast, and this was a very good beer, but it was missing one thing, would have liked a little more citrus flavour, especially in the aftertaste. Suggestions?
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In the fermentors: Commoner's ESB
Tap 1: toy soldier stout
Tap 2: A Boy Named Sue's Root Beer
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Reignman
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Re: Improvenents on my weizen

Post #2 by Reignman » 2 weeks ago

Dry hop?
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brhenrio
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Re: Improvenents on my weizen

Post #3 by brhenrio » 2 weeks ago

Reignman wrote:Dry hop?

Citra?
In the fermentors: Commoner's ESB
Tap 1: toy soldier stout
Tap 2: A Boy Named Sue's Root Beer
Up Next: NEIPA or Down the Drain Heferwiezen
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Re: Improvenents on my weizen

Post #4 by Reignman » 2 weeks ago

Sure. How much of a citrus flavour do you want? Use an ounce and go from there.
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Re: Improvenents on my weizen

Post #5 by brhenrio » 2 weeks ago

Background noise is kind of what im looking for. You can detect it but it isnt dominant.
In the fermentors: Commoner's ESB
Tap 1: toy soldier stout
Tap 2: A Boy Named Sue's Root Beer
Up Next: NEIPA or Down the Drain Heferwiezen
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Reignman
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Re: Improvenents on my weizen

Post #6 by Reignman » 2 weeks ago

I have seen a lot of people dry hopping with 4 ounces per keg or even up to 8 ounces. In my opinion that would be way too much for this style.

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