German Hefeweizen is all done
It’s beer time! So here we are with the latest creation, a German Hefeweizen. If you recall a few months back I did an American Hefeweizen which I thought was extremely good and easy drinking. This time around I put together a German Hefeweizen to see how they compare. Right off the bat you notice the German version has a stronger wheat flavor, but it still has that wonderful orange color. It’s a much stronger flavor than the American version and has significantly more kick that Blue Moon or Pyramid. I’m looking forward to this one aging a bit more. I think it’s a bit too new and raw to fully show it’s flavors. Since this is the homebrew version I also need to make sure this one is extremely cold to capture all the sediment. Overall though I think we have another fine beer making example.
Other articles of interest:
- The American Hefeweizen
- Getting all that beer into bottles
- American Hefeweizen is starting to boil
- More beer than I know what to do with
- 2 days, 15 gallons
- Brew day is finally here!
- Time for some strong Ginger Beer
- On Deck, Outback Aussie Ale
- English Ginger Beer – Redux
- Ginger Beer tasting