Question: Turning a Wheat into a Dunkel ?

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Question: Turning a Wheat into a Dunkel ?

Unread postby BrauTim » Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:49 am

Hoping for some suggestions from you Dunkel brewers. I've brewed a handful of Wheat beers using various quantities of Wheat, Pilsner and Munich malts and various Wheat yeasts and noble German Hops. I want to keep it European styled and am wondering how to turn a basic recipe into a Dunkel, for example I've got Special B, Munich I & II, British crystal (caramel), Abbey malt, black, brown and chocolate malt. Looking for a light to medium dark colour and well balanced sweetness.

Does anyone have a suggestion for turning a wheat into a Dunkel?
To brew or not to brew, that would be a stupid question !
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Re: Question: Turning a Wheat into a Dunkel ?

Unread postby malzrohr » Wed Oct 29, 2014 7:31 pm

BrauTim,

A Google Translate of a prize winning recipe for the 2014 Dutch Open Championships.
Es ist zwar ein sehr gutes Bier, die Goslarische Gose; doch wenn man meint, sie sey im Bauch, so liegt sie in der Hose.
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Re: Question: Turning a Wheat into a Dunkel ?

Unread postby BrauTim » Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:00 am

malzrohr wrote:BrauTim,

A Google Translate of a prize winning recipe for the 2014 Dutch Open Championships.


Looks like a good one to try :beerbang:
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