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OBK Hefeweizen (3.25 US Gal)
Hefeweizen -- A pale, spicy and fruity wheat-based ale that's light and refreshing. Notes of clove and banana stand out from the wheat ale yeast. Hop character is kept at a minimum to allow the grain, bread and straw flavour of the malt to shine through.
 
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WB-06 Wheat Beer Yeast [Add $4.79]
White Labs WLP300 Hefeweizen Ale Yeast [Add $8.99]
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OBK Hefeweizen (3.25 US Gal)

A pale, spicy and fruity wheat-based ale that's light and refreshing. Notes of clove and banana stand out from the wheat ale yeast. Hop character is kept at a minimum to allow the grain, bread and straw flavour of the malt to shine through. A well rounded beer with a dry finish with lots of drinkability.

Est. ABV: 5.2% | Recipe & Instructions

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great Hefe December 31, 2016
Reviewer: Paul from burlington, ON Canada  
This was my first time brewing in 5 years, I only brewed with the Mr.Beer kit before.  I figured I may as well go big and try an all grain recipe for my first brew.  I did the BIAB method, was very simple and easy with amazing results.  I fermented for close to 4 weeks, 2 weeks conditioning in the bottle and I couldnt wait any longer, just cracked one open after 2 days cold crashing in the fridge.  HUGE white head with tight bubbles with great retention.  Medium golden body like honey.  Perfect level of carbonation, not too fizzy.  I was afraid it was going to be very dry but it has a surprising amount of body to it, it is hazy, like any wheat beer but it smelled very astringent in the fermentor, I left it for a 4th week and it has all seemed to clear up, remember to be patient and give your home brew time to mature.  It came in at 5.3% Abv and I am not getting any of the banana flavours, maybe because I used the WB-06?  Sorry for the long rant, I am just very excited!

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
excellent choice to try open fermenting March 21, 2014
Reviewer: Raphael Piette from granby, QC Canada  
I brew it with wb-06 and open fermenter during primary . Love the banana / clove flavor. Adding a little honey sounds interesting to me.

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