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    Blue berry Weiss. very fruity! head almost non existent when pouring. seems more like a soda than a beer. not my favourite but the women enjoy it.
    Last edited by KaapseVlakte; 23rd September 2013 at 17:40. Reason: more info
    Drinking: nothing

    In Primary: Milk Stout; American Wheat; Bells Two Hearted IPA, Black IPA,Scottish Ale
    Planned: Dunkellweizen, old English bitter.

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    one of my IPA's
    Drinking: nothing

    In Primary: Milk Stout; American Wheat; Bells Two Hearted IPA, Black IPA,Scottish Ale
    Planned: Dunkellweizen, old English bitter.

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    English Brown Sunset...

    Give a man a beer, waste an hour. Teach a man to brew, and waste a lifetime!

    Kit: 46l Automated Electric BIAB & 1gallon stovetop BIAB

    Primary: ESB
    Secondary: -
    Conditioning: Abbey, Rhum Infused Stout, Baltic Porter
    Bottled and Drunk: Far too many

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    Hi my last Lager. Local 2 row, Carapills, Southern Promise, Saaz, W34/70 fermented at 13 degrees.
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    Refering to post from MongooseMan.

    Better than my Weiss, dumped it because the samples had a sour taste. Bought a Weiss the other day and it seems to be a little sour. How was yours?
    Last edited by Brewster; 26th September 2013 at 17:30.

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    A weiss should not be sour.

    Tart, citrus is approprariate, but to a small degree.

    If all else fails, see if you can pretend it is a Berliner Weiss.

    I think you may need to revisit you cleaning techniques. I had to change my whole process a few weeks ago as well.

    Good luck
    It's not the size of your equipment; it is what you brew with it.

    Thirsty days hath September,
    April, June and November;
    All the rest are thirsty too
    Except for him who hath homebrew.

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    Looking good! Now I am thirsty!
    It's not the size of your equipment; it is what you brew with it.

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    Except for him who hath homebrew.

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    Brewing a weiss for Christmas



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    Primary: Waterval APA
    Secondary:
    Bottled: Ploegskaar Bruin Bier
    On Tap:
    Next Item on Brewing List: All Simco IPA, All Cascade APA

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    The haul so far.
    It's not the size of your equipment; it is what you brew with it.

    Thirsty days hath September,
    April, June and November;
    All the rest are thirsty too
    Except for him who hath homebrew.

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