Raspberry Honey Wheat Recipe Kit

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Raspberry Honey Wheat Recipe Kit

A honey wheat beer with a refreshing splash of raspberry!

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.037
Final Gravity: 1.008
Color / SRM: 5.92
Alcohol by Volume: 3.63%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 20.69

Specialty Grains: Flaked Wheat, Flaked Oats
Hops: HBU Packs

Recipe Includes: Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains & Hops, Honey, Raspberry Flavoring
View The Raspberry Honey Wheat Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

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milo Warren

The liquid yeast didn’t work in my wheat beer kit. Started to panic So I ran to my fridge and found some dry wheat beer yeast to cast in it and took right off fermenting. So we’ll see in a few days?

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MARY THOMAS
Great results but...

Quick, easy beer to make. Ordered extra raspberry flavoring as suggested and think for my taste one bottle would have been enough! Excellent taste otherwise.

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Steve
Great beer, subtle raspberry

A great full bodied wheat beer that's perfect for a first-time brewer. Couple of things to point out: If you follow the instructions you won't taste any honey in it. The 1 lb of honey is used to up the alc % more or less. If you want to actually taste it, use it as a secondary fermentation (after 2 weeks, add honey to your fermenter and it'll start the process over again). I'll be doing that next time. Also, the raspberry dram smells stronger than it actually tastea. It's very faint in the final product. I'd probably use at least 2 bottles of dram to see if I could get a stronger taste. Lastly, this will taste better if you leave it bottled 3-4 weeks instead of 2 weeks. That extra week brings out the raspberry just a hair more.

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