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Honey Wheat All-Grain Kit
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Honey Wheat All-Grain Kit

Item #: BKAG018
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Rated 5.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
Availability: In Stock

Easy drinking wheat beer with subtle honey aroma and color

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Honey Wheat All-Grain Kit

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A classic hefeweizen beer with a slight honey aroma from the specialty malt. Yeast strain will significantly affect the flavor and aroma of this beer. Use the Wyeast 1010 American Wheat strain if banana and clove flavors are not desired. The addition of honey malt will add a pale orange hue and a waft of honey aroma.

Kit Details

Complete instructions are included with the beer kit. Our instructions include suggested mash temps, target gravity levels, hop addition times, and all the important brewing steps!

Our all-grain kits come with the necessary grains and hops for a 5 gallon batch. Grains come crushed, unless requested to be un-crushed in the order notes.Yeast is not included but we've provided a selection of recommended yeast (liquid and dry) that you can add to your order in the drop downs above. Clarifying agents (i.e. Irish moss) and priming sugar can be purchased separately.

Kit Yield: 5 Gallons
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 3.5 - 5.0%
Intl. Bittering Units (IBUs): 15-Oct
Standard Ref. Method (SRM - Color): 4 - 5
Original Gravity: 1.040 - 1.048
Final Gravity: 1.010 - 1.013
Yeast Starter Suggested? No
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Good Kit, Nice Flavor
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Brewed this kit in the summer. The flavor is very good, but really needs good fermentation temperature or the flavor doesn't come through well. It was too warm in my laundry room while fermenting and the result was less than awesome. Still drinkable.
Oct 15, 2015  |  By Daniel