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Author: Gordon Strong
Source: BYO Jul/Aug 2018 (Style Profile)
Tasting Notes: A light, easy drinking summer beverage with bready notes from the wheat malt but is balanced by a moderate bitterness and floral/spicy notes from the hops.
19L @ 65% efficiency
|Mash Temp||65.5°C (150°F)|
|Mash Time||60 minutes|
|Ingredients||Quantity||Addition and Time|
||5.5 lb||Mash 60 min|
|2-row||4 lb||Mash 60 min|
|Munich malt||1 lb||Mash 60 min|
|Czech Saaz||21g||First wort|
||21g||Boil 20 min|
|Hallertau Mittelfruh||21g||Boil 10 min|
||28g||Boil 5 min|
Yeast included with this kit: US-05
Notes: With wheat making up almost 50% of this grist, it highly recommended to add a pound of Rice Hulls to the mash. Rice hulls are not included with the kit ingredients.
Gordon recommends a step mash or decoction mash profile for this beverage to stay true to the authentic brewing methods however I have simplified the mash temp to a single infusion which most brewers use. He also recommends a 90 boil.
Liquid yeast recommendations:
White Labs: WLP001, WLP051 or WLP320
Escarpment Labs: Cali Ale, American Ale or Anchorman Ale