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American Wheat - Extract Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)
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(Makes 5 gallons) A really low-bitterness, mild, smooth beer for easy, frequent drinking. This beer is a great choice if you want to customize a beer with any of our fruit purees or flavorings. An ideal summertime thirst quencher.

This kit does not contain any grain, only Dry Malt Extract. No grain bag is needed. Estimated Original Gravity:1.038-42
SRM (Color Range: 6
IBU's: 12-16 Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 3.8%

Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags or yeast. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. Grains come milled.
Item # KIT125
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 6LBS
ABV %3.8
Beer StyleWheat
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentLow (3-5%)
BitternessLow (10-25ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodExtract
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made it twice and love it.
Robert T on Feb 9, 2018
made it twice and love it.
Robert T on Feb 9, 2018
I want to customize a summer wheat
Alexander P on Jan 22, 2018
I want to customize a summer wheat
Alexander P on Jan 22, 2018

4.4 / 5.0
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Simple and delicious extract kit.
This was my first ever home brew and it turned out great! One friend said that he has never liked wheat beer at all but he loved this one.
February 6, 2018
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A straight forward beer to brew and a fun beer to play around with. Use a Hefeweizen yeast to get those nice esters and phenols. Use a clean American yeast (05, 001, 1056) if you want to play around with other additions.
May 31, 2015
Great summer brew
this was one of the first kits ive brewed and it was a great summer beer. it was even a hit with the ladies that arent into craft beer. it was super easy to brew and didnt take long to be able to drink! i will absolutely make this one again
May 5, 2015
Great beer
Brewed this for a wedding, everyone loved it. No half full glasses sitting around. Added 4 oz of blueberry extract at kegging. clean wheat beer with some blueberry presence.
March 28, 2015
a good beer
I brewed this beer at the end of September. I was a little worried about the yeast, it came to the house with the bag already puffed up. I just tossed it in the frige and waited for brew day. I did my starter 24 hours before brew day and hoped for the best. I did see that the abv % was a little low for us here in Texas. I had a some dry rice extract in the house, so I added 1 pound to the boil. after boil 7 days in primary fermenter, then 7 days in secondary fermenter. my OG was 1.061 my final was 1.01 = abv 6.6 % . I bottled it and let it rest for 1 month and tried a few of them. it was great !!!! no sweet taste to it, not to hoppy. I have friends that are wheat beer drinkers. they all loved it. they said a wheat beer with a good taste and a good buzz to. I am here to order another kit or 2. ha ha ha I only have 2 bottles left now.
December 9, 2014
An O.K. brew
This is a good brew, but I prefer the Hefeweizen recipe kit over this one. This one is a little more bitter.
May 1, 2014
Good summer brew
Zested an orange and a lemon for the primary. Was a crowd favorite for the summer.
August 24, 2013
Very easy-to-make beer, and turned out delicious. I just brewed it straight-up, no modifications, and it ended up being a very light, clean wheat beer, great with a lemon, and great for enjoying while sitting out in the sun.
May 28, 2013
A good base to start with
I decided to do extract for a shorter brew day and this turned out to be one of my simplest but satisfying beers yet. It is a good recipe to start with as a base. I suggest modifying the recipe to your taste.

I added another pound of DME, the zest of 3 oranges, some coriander, and some light hops and the beer turned out very quaffable and light in flavor/mouthfeel. I think if you stayed with the recipe they give, it would be too light and flavorless. I generally don't like wheat beers and this wasn't too wheaty or estery.
May 20, 2013
Crowd Favorite!
This is by far the most widely liked beer I have brewed to date. Not everyone is a hop head and even fewer are porter or stout drinkers, but when it comes to this recipe...EVERYONE loves it (especially the ladies...wink-wink)! I added 6 pounds of fresh strawberries in the secondary the last time I brewed it and it gave a nice tartness to the beer that made for a great summertime beverage. Easy, affordable, and delicious.
May 14, 2013