The water profile is dependent upon the style being brewed. For me it was always best with soft water. All water recipes include a copy of my water calculation spreadsheet which can be used to make such adjustments. Briess Munich Malt 6-row Steep: Crush malt. Author Topic: Do I need to adjust the following water profile for making Hefeweizen (Read 4294 times) rpetterson. Below is the recipe I plan of using: Bavarian Hefeweizen 5 Gallon Batch and American Hefeweizen 5 gallon batch (split Batch) 8# German Wheat 12# German Pils In that spreadsheet you may also enter a starting water profile if that is known. I'm starting from RO water and I'm using the Brun water calculator with the Munich (boiled) profile. I would think that you'd want a "balanced" water profile with approximately equal amounts of sulfate (SO4) and chloride (Cl). Grain: 4 oz. Some of the recipes used magnesium chloride. Logged oxenerangacc. Does anyone have any good tried and true salt additions that have worked well? BeerSmith New Brewer; Posts: 1; BeerSmith 2 Rocks! Joined Jan 24, 2010 Messages 295 Reaction score 14 Location St Louis . Hello I have been messing with water profiles for a hefeweizen made out of 100% RO water. There are numerous software programs available (Bru'n Water, BeerSmith) that can calculate the final amounts for you but I'd estimate that you'll want to add a couple of grams of calcium chloride and a touch of gypsum too to the mash to hit the right levels. What is the best Beersmith Water Profile for an American Wheat? You should be fine with RO plus 50 -70 mg/L CaCl2. Do I need to adjust the following water profile for making Hefeweizen « on: February 03, 2012, 01:53:44 AM » Hi All, I'll be making my first AG beer next Saturday and thought I'd have a go at making a Hefeweizen. pstrohs Well-Known Member. I agree that you wouldn't want much sulfate in the typical hefeweizen, but the OP didn't specify what sort of wheat beer they were interested in. How does this water profile look for an authentic Bavarian Hefeweizen? There are Belgian wheats that benefit from some sulfate to help dry them out and there are hoppy American wheats that demand sulfate to help dry them out and let the hop character through. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew . I got this salt from a fellow brewer who also keeps fish and used it to build water for the aquarium. Paulaner-style Hefe Weizen f rom CLONE BREWS, page 82 Brewer: Bill Elwell ([email protected] Beer: Paulaner Hefe Weizen Type: Extract w/grain Size: 5.25 gallons Water: 4 gals PUR filtered tap water placed in freezer for 4-5 hours prior to brewing. After having so much luck with help making a water profile for an IPA, I wanted to see what home brewers in TB land use for a Bavarian Hefewezien or even an American Hefeweizen water profile. Jun 18, 2014 #2 This is what I have used on my hefeweizens with good results: Ca: … BeerSmith Apprentice Brewer; Posts: 5 ; BeerSmith 2 Rocks! Re: Water Profile for Wheat Beer « Reply #1 on: April 11, 2019, 11:58:46 PM » The thing about is that wheat beer is it is brewed all over Germany, Austria.
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