Summer Wheat All Grain Recipe

Item Number: ag99-0077-4

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Summer Wheat All Grain Recipe

Crisp, refreshing, and highly sessionable for those hot summer days. This American Wheat is lightly hopped, and finishes with a slight sweetness from the wheat. This is a full 5 gallon American Style Wheat Beer recipe kit! See why this has become our #1 selling kit. The yeast options above are for brewing this recipe as a classic American Wheat beer.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.047
Final Gravity: 1.011
Color / SRM: Golden
Alcohol by Volume: 4.70%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 15

Specialty Grains: German Wheat, Flaked Oats, Flaked Wheat
Hops: 4 HBU Pack

Recipe Includes: Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
View The Summer Wheat All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews

Another very good and refreshing AIH brew kit.

Andy Boblak
Great and Easy Brew

I purchased this kit a few weeks ago and am very happy with how well it turned out. It was an easy cook and I would certainly recommend this to new brewers. The taste is sort of like a Blue Moon to me but I love it. My family has turned it into a summer shandy type beer also by doing 3/4 beer and 1/4 lemonade. AIH was also very helpful with purchasing this kit. Their chat option helped me pick the right yeast also. Will purchase more through them for sure.

Great service

Always the best service and ingredients at adventures in home brewing!

Good wheat beer

Nice wheat beer brewed as is. I like to add a dram of LorAnn flavoring for a fruit wheat. Brewed a really nice apricot wheat with this kit as the base and a dram of flavoring added on bottling day.

Mild and Thin @ 5 gallons

From what I calculated, I was afraid this batch was a bit watered down with a 5 gallon batch, and I was right. The 5 gallon batch came out a bit thin and as a result the flavor turned mild. It has potential to be great, so I will either drop it down for a 4 gallon batch next time or add something with mouth feel. The flavor and attributes of an American Wheat are there, its just subdued when trying to make this a full 5 gallon batch.

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