Hefe Weiss (Erdinger) – Jon Finch

(3 customer reviews)

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
This recipe is based upon Erdinger Wheat beer, simple to brew and ferment, packed with those lovely banana clove flavours thanks to the yeast.

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Description

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
This recipe is based upon Erdinger Wheat beer, simple to brew and ferment, packed with those lovely banana clove flavours thanks to the yeast.


Ingredients

Crisp Pale Wheat Malt (2000 grams)
Crisp Maris Otter (1800 grams)
Crisp Munich Malt (130 grams)
Hallertauer Hersbrucker Pellet (25 grams)
Mangrove Jacks Bavarian Wheat Yeast M20 (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): German Ales
Beer Style (sub): South German-Style Hefeweizen
Batch Size: 19L
Original Gravity: 1050
Final Gravity: 1009
ABV %: 5.9
IBU:

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 66
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

25g Hallertauer Hersbrucker – 60 min

Secondary additions and timing:

N/A

Yeast: Mangrove Jacks Bavarian Wheat yeast M20
Fermentation temperature/steps: ferment according to yeast instructions

Comments:

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
This recipe is based upon Erdinger Wheat beer, simple to brew and ferment, packed with those lovely banana clove flavours thanks to the yeast.

Additional information

Weight 4.193 kg

3 reviews for Hefe Weiss (Erdinger) – Jon Finch

  1. Alex Webber (verified owner)

    Outstanding. Simple recipe and tastes just like the real deal. This keg was empty in record time!

  2. Phil West (verified owner)

    Second time I’ve brewed this and its a banger. It’s as good as (better!!) than any commercial wheat bear I’ve tried. Its quick and easy to brew (one hop addition, 60 min mash, 60 min boil) It ferments like lightening and conditions in the bottle just as quick. Brew day to drinking in 5 weeks. Fermented at a slightly higher temp (21c) second time round and got more banana flavour which I like. Also primed with plenty dextrose (225g) so got a proper fizz. Chill it right down and its perfect for the sunny weather. thsi is firmly on the fixture list from now on. Oh and its as cheap as chips.

  3. Phil West (verified owner)

    Second time I’ve brewed this and its a banger. It’s as good as (better!!) than any commercial wheat beer I’ve tried. Its quick and easy to brew (one hop addition, 60 min mash, 60 min boil) It ferments like lightening and conditions in the bottle just as quick. Brew day to drinking in 5 weeks. Fermented at a slightly higher temp (21c) second time round and got more banana flavour which I like. Also primed with plenty dextrose (225g) so got a proper fizz. Chill it right down and its perfect for the sunny weather. This is firmly on the fixture list from now on. Oh and its as cheap as chips.

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