Beer Style: Belgian Wit Beer

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Fine Wheatwine

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Wheatwine is potent, difficult to brew and decidly different. Which is why every intrepid homebrewer should give it a whirl.


Brewing Weiss: Tips from the Pros

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A Winner’s View of Weiss Brewer:  Ryan AshleyBrewery:  Mickey Finn’s, Libertyville, Ill.Years of experience: 10 years homebrewing, five years professionalHouse Beers: Main Street Wheat Ale, Abana Amber Ale, Five-Springs Oatmeal Stout, and Raspberry American Wheat   All the time Ryan Ashley spent learning to brew weiss beers as a homebrewer paid off in the form


Brewing Hefeweizen: Tips from the Pros

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 Brewing Hefe with the Pros…


Haystack Wheat

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A Belgian wheat beer base with equal parts coriander, cumin, ginger, wintergreen, and star anise; ground and mixed thoroughly to add just a hint of spice.


Hefeweizen: Mostly Cloudy

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Besides being delicious and unique, hefe-weizen is a classic show-off beer. It’s also the perfect beverage to sip on a warm day. But can you convince your friends it’s supposed to have yeast in it?


Wheats of the World

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From traditional Bavarian weisse to American wheat, six tasty ways to make refreshing wheat beer. Includes a starter recipe for your own experiments.


Wheat Beer Brewing: Tips from the Pros

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Brewer:  Greg Zaccardi Brewery:  High Point Wheat Beer Co., Butler, N.J. Years of experience:  2.5 Education:  Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from University of California, Santa Cruz House Beers: Kristall, Winter Wheat, Blonde,


American Wheat

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Charting the New American Wheat Beer


Witbier

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Beer styles never seem to die out completely, although occasionally they’ve come close. One of the best Lazarus acts yet has been the Belgian witbier (known as Biere Blanche among the French speakers in Belgium). Just as the Bavarian wheat beers (weissbier) almost totally succumbed to the introduction of pale lagers, so too did the


Cherry Witbier

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Add a nice twist to a classic witbier recipe by adding a fruit like cherries instead of orange peel. This recipe is a great starting place to build your own unique witbier recipe.


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