Weissbier Recipe - Hoffarts Hefeweizen v3.0 - Winner

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Hoffarts Hefeweizen v3.0 - Winner

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All Grain
1.5 Gallon(s)
2.6 Gallon(s)
90 min
70%
3rd time is the charm, right? Swapping Munich for CaraMunich and Tettnang for Perle. Adding in 15 minute Acid rest @ 114°F. Using WLP380 over WLP300.

This recipe was cloned from Hoffarts Hefeweizen.

Fermentables

48% - White Wheat - US
1.5
40
4
Mash
48% - Pilsner - US
1.5
34
1
Mash
3% - CaraMunich I - DE
0.1
34
39
Mash

Hops

Perle
0.2
Pellet
Boil
60 min(s)
4.5
11.1

Yeast

White Labs Hefeweizen IV Ale WLP380
76%

Other Stuff

No other stuff in this recipe

Mash Steps

Acid Rest
Infusion
113
15 min
Saccharification Rest
Infusion
153
60 min

Special Instructions

1.
Ferment at 68°F for more banana flavors

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Comments

  • Brewdog333

    Try fermenting between 70 and 75 for more banana flavor. Lower than 68 will give you the clove-like flavor you have now. I love a good hef. Cheers!

    7/26/2018 6:24:17 PM
  • brewmasterbryan

    Brewed this right at 68°F and the clove/banana had a fantastic balance. Last time, I did 66°F and had just clove, but there were many other issues with that last one. This batch was fantastic!

    7/26/2018 6:53:07 PM

Recipe Facts

Hoffarts Hefeweizen v3.0 - Winner
Weissbier
  • 1.50 Gallons Liters Batch Size
  • 2.60 Gallons Liters Boil Size
  • 90  min Boil Time
  • 1.053 OG
  • 1.013 FG
  • 11.1 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
  • 0.21 BG:GU
  • 6.0° SRM Color
  • 70% Efficiency
  • 5.2% ABV Alcohol
  • 178 per 12oz Calories
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