Briess Bavarian Wheat DME 3 LBS

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Briess CBW Bavarian Wheat Dry Malt Extract - 3 Pound
  • CBW® Bavarian Wheat DME (dry malt extract) is 100% pure malt extract.
  • 65% Malted Wheat / 35% Malted Barley.
  • 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.
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CBW stands for Concentrated Brewers Wort.

TYPICAL ANALYSIS
Solids ...............................................................97%
Fermentability.....................................................75%
FAN (syrup As-Is)...............................................4200
*Color (8º Plato) ................................................ 3.0º Lovibond

CARBOHYDRATE PROFILE (100g as-is) (Dry Basis)
Glucose...........................................12 ..............13%
Maltose............................................43 ..............45%
Maltotriose.......................................13 ....... ......14%
Higher Saccharides........................ ..17 ..............18%

INGREDIENTS
65% Malted Wheat, 35% Malted Barley, Water

FLAVOR
Neutral, Malty

USAGE INFORMATION
Desired O.G. Plato Lbs/Gal Lbs/Brl Color
1.02 5.1 0.45 13.9 2
1.03 7.5 0.66 20.6 3
1.04 10 0.89 27.7 3
1.05 12.3 1.11 34.4 4
1.06 14.7 1.34 41.5 5

CERTIFICATION
Kosher: UMK Pareve

STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE
Store in a cool, dry location.
Product is hygroscopic.
Storing opened bags is not recommended.

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Ian Black

Briess Bavarian Wheat DME 3 LBS

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Steve Ruch
Simple wheat recipe

I recently used this to make an American wheat beer with no specialty grains and a small amount of mittlefrueh for bittering. It went from 1.044-1.010 in less than a week and the gravity sample tasted good. I'm using it as the base of a wild blackberry wheat beer. This is my go-to extract for wheat beer.

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William Tucker
Great for Hefe-Weizen

If you want to make a hefe-weizen the easy way (not doing a ferulic acid rest and a decoction mash), this is the solution. Excellent malt for a hefe-weizen.

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