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Peanut Butter Dunkel Weizen

The Basics

Type: Extract
Style: German Weizens
Sub Style: Dunkel Weizen
Added: 04/19/2015
Added By: BigHeadTodd
   
O.G.: 1.049
F.G.: 1.012
Bitterness: 12 IBU
Color: 28 SRM
ABV: 4.93%

Description:

Peanut butter extract added to dunkel weisen fro flavoring

Ingredients

Based on 5 Gallons (18.9 Liters) of Beer:

Extract:
3 lbs. Dark (Muntons)   -  Liquid Extract
3 lbs. Wheat (Muntons)   -  Liquid Extract
1 lbs. Extra Light (Muntons)   -  Liquid Extract
Hops:
1 oz. Tettnang (Pellets): 2 HBU
0.5 oz. German Hallertau (Pellets): 1 HBU
0.5 oz. German Hallertau (Pellets): 1 HBU
Yeast:
Danstar - Munich Wheat - Dry

Homebrewing Process

Beer Analysis

Pre-Boil

Volume 3.0 Gallons
Original Gravity 1.049
Extract 12.15° Plato

Post-Boil

  Apparent Real
Final Gravity 1.012  
Extract 3.07° Plato 4.80° Plato
Attenuation 75% 61%
 
  By Volume By Weight
Alcohol 4.93% 3.94%
 
Caloric Content 162 per 12 fl oz

Style Comparison

  Predicted Values
  Style Values - Dunkel Weizen

Original Gravity

1.000

1.046
1.058
1.049

1.150 

Final Gravity

1.000

1.010
1.017
1.012

1.150 

Color

12
22
28

100°

Bitterness

0

8
18
12

150 

Alcohol by Volume

0%

4.5
6.0
4.9

20%

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