Shock Top clone – Belgian Witt

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This is a Community Recipe created by millstone_homebrew

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Ingredients Included

BESTMALZ Pilsner (2800 grams)
Flaked Wheat (2560 grams)
Crisp Extra Dark Crystal Malt (120 grams)
Crisp Roasted Barley (240 grams)
Weyermann® Acidulated Malt (62 grams)
Hallertauer Hersbrucker Pellet (35 grams)
Lemon Peel 50g (1 packs)
Coriander Seed 50g (1 packs)
Sweet Orange Peel 50g (1 packs)
Safbrew™ T-58 (2 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): Belgian/French Ales
Beer Style (sub): Belgian-Style Witbier
Batch Size: 23
Original Gravity: 1.052
Final Gravity: 1.012
ABV %: 5.3
IBU: 17

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 67
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C:
Out time (mins):

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 90

Additions and timing:

Hallertau Hersbrucker 35g 60minutes

Secondary additions and timing:

Lemon peel 16g 5 minutes
Lime peel 16g 5 minutes (not included)
Orange peel 16g 5 minutes
Coriander crushed 16g 5 minutes

Yeast: T-58
Fermentation temperature/steps: 20 for 4 days raise to 22 for 5 days

Comments:

Additional information

Weight 6.063 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 2106909853

2 reviews for Shock Top clone – Belgian Witt

  1. Lewis (verified owner)

    Strange beer, easy enough drinking and easy to make but wouldn’t rush to make this again. If I did then I’d probably leave out the lemon and lime because I think they are giving the beer a strange cold tasting sensation almost like mint. Dark colour like stout but light like a lager to drink so tricks your beer senses a bit. If bottling then prime for a good level of carbonation, this beer needs to be fizzy.

    • Robert Neale

      Hey Lewis, Strange recipe, Shock Top is a Belgian Witt but the brewers who made this recipe has added roast barley and dark crystal which is totally out of style. That’s not to say it would make a bad beer but nothing like a Belgian Witt.

  2. Josh Pease

    I made this as a wedding present. The dark crystal was a mistake on my behalf 🤣 but the lad who I made it for said it tasted exactly same. It blew his mind to have a light tasting beer that was black.

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