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Hefeweizen DME Plus Mango

Hefeweizen DME Plus Mango

Weizen/Weissbier : Extract : 6 gal

boliek

split 6 gallons into 4 gallons with 7+ cups mango puree and 2 gallons with 2 cups lychee puree extract. Will report what happens.

October 6, 2012 at 06:14pm

4.0/5.0 1 rating

Ingredients (Extract6 gal)

  • 6 lbs CBW® Bavarian Wheat Powder (Dry Malt Extract); Briess

    CBW® Bavarian Wheat Powder (Dry Malt Extract); Briess

    Neutral, malty flavor. Characteristics & Applications: • CBW® Bavarian Wheat (Powder) is a dry, 1000% pure malted barley extract made from a blend of base and wheat malts. • CBW® Bavarian Wheat can be used in the production of extract wheat beers, and in the production of all grain beers to adjust color, flavor and gravity of wheat and other styles of beer. • Advantages of using extract in a brewhouse include: o Extends the brew size by adding malt solids to the wort. o Adds wheat characteristics without the added inventory of bags of grain, additional handling and processing, etc. o Adds wheat characteristics without slowing the lauter. • Briess Malt & Ingredients Company is the only vertically integrated malting company in North America. That means we make our pure malt extracts from our own malt so you are assured of receiving only the fullest flavored, freshest, pure malt extracts for top brewhouse performance. Applications: • All wheat beers, and to adjust the flavor of other styles of beer. • Use in the production of extract wheat beers, and to adjust the flavor of wheat and other styles of all grain brews.

  • 2.2 lbs Light Brown Sugar

    Light Brown Sugar

    Imparts rich, sweet flavor. Use in Scottish ales, old ales and holiday beers.

  • .05 lbs Molasses

    Molasses

    Imparts strong sweet flavor. Use in stouts and porters.

  • 1 oz Tettnanger - 4.5 AA% pellets; boiled 60 min

    Tettnanger

    Mild, slightly spicy. 'Noble'.

  • 7 c Mangos (pureed) - (omitted from calculations)

    Mangos (pureed)

    The flesh of a mango is peachlike and juicy, with more or less numerous fibers radiating from the husk of the single large kidney-shaped seed. Fibers are more pronounced in fruits grown with hard water and chemical fertilizers. The flavor is pleasant and rich and high in sugars and acid. More fresh mangos are eaten every day than any other fruit in the world. The 'Paisley' design motif is a design from India based on the mango

  • Danstar Munich Wheat Beer

    Danstar Munich Wheat Beer

    Danstar Munich Wheat Beer yeast originated in Bavaria, Germany, the home of many of the world’s great wheat beer breweries. The propagation and drying processes for Munich yeast has been specifically designed to deliver high quality brewing yeast that can be used to produce wheat beers of the finest quality. No colours, preservatives or other unnatural substances have been used in its preparation. Like all our Danstar products, Munich is produced in ISO 9002 certified plants and is non-GM & gluten-free.

Style (BJCP)

Category: 15 - German Wheat and Rye Beer

Subcategory: A - Weizen/Weissbier

Range for this Style
Original Gravity: 1.058 1.044 - 1.052
Terminal Gravity: 1.014 1.010 - 1.014
Color: 15.1 SRM 2 - 8
Alcohol: 5.8% ABV 4.30% - 5.60%
Bitterness: 13.3 IBU 8.00 - 15.00

Discussion

boliek

So far so good . . . interesting taste

2012-11-05 12:48pm

Normally I don't like to touch hefeweizen, as I usually brew it straight up. It has a delicate flavor that can be dominated by fruits and the like. However mango has a nice mild flavor that seems to complement a wheat beer. It has only been bottled for a week but I had to taste a few bottom of the fermentor bottles that were last capped. Although a little green and needing a few months of conditioning it was really interesting. As I live in Florida and the mangos included in the 2ndary were from my back yard I have eaten tons of mangoes over the years. Adding mango to wheat beer really brings out interesting subtle flavor in the mango that I've not experienced before. BTW I used a 2 gallon 2ndary to experiment with lychee extract (also grown in my backyard). Now that is extremely interesting and unlike anything I have tasted before. I will hopefully remember to add more notes when I have let both batches condition properly for a fair assessment.

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