Dunkleweizen Fermenting

One of our new brewers, Ben Blackstock, wanted some help with his first all-grain brew and came over last weekend. We brewed ten gallons of Dunkleweizen for next month’s meeting. We nailed the OG at 1.051. I used WLP300 and he used WLP351. We will see how different the two beers end up. Here is a pick of his in the carboy fermenting at 68 degrees to get more fruity notes.

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3 Responses to Dunkleweizen Fermenting

  1. Ben says:

    Thanks again for the help Jay. It was a great learning experience!

  2. Ben says:

    Update: tonight we checked the gravity on both of our brews. Jay’s still had a nice krausen while mine had settled out. the gravity of each were in the same range 1.020. Not there yet. Jay’s brew had more banana. My brew had a little banana and some clove.

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