Coopers Preachers Hefe Wheat 1.7kg

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Coopers Preachers Hefe Wheat 1.7kg

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Today the working man’s prayers are answered with this Belgian style wheat beer. It’s a bright hazy gold with soft texture, banana and clove aromas, smooth creamy white head and refreshingly tart finish. Of course, if you’ve already tried it, were preaching to the converted. 
Colour : 65EBC
Bitterness : 340BU

1Kg of additional sugar required and 500g spraymalt light.

Best bottled and serve well chilled.

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Today the working man’s prayers are answered with this Belgian style wheat beer. It’s a bright hazy gold with soft texture, banana and clove aromas, smooth creamy white head and refreshingly tart finish. Of course, if you’ve already tried it, were preaching to the converted.  Colour : 65EBC Bitterness : 340BU 1Kg of additional sugar required and 500g spraymalt light.

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  • Rating
    goes down well
    Review by nealon 31/05/2016
    I've brewed this a few times now and I've got it to taste how I want by adding coriander and orange peel ( either boiled at the beginning or added after fermentation) and Muntons wheat spraymalt along with the dextrose, you'd be better to use a good yeast instead of the one that comes with the kit too, I prefer Safbrew wb-06 as it tastes so much better and gets the fg down real low, good fermenting temperature is key to a good beer too, luckily I have a brew fridge and I keep this beer at a steady 21deg for 2 weeks. Overall a great kit for the money !
  • Rating
    Good beer but not a typical wheat
    Review by Jameson 31/07/2015
    I brewed this as my summer beer for 2014. It was a pleasant brew and I blended some of it with peaches for a fruity twist but would not describe it of Hoegaarden style. The Brew UK wheat beer extract pack was far more wheaty and I would recommend that if you want a 'true' wheat beer.
  • Rating
    Isnt exactly like a wheat beer you would expect but it is still good
    Review by Craigon 20/11/2013
    If you are looking for a traditional wheat beer then this kit won't produce it. The beer produced is nice and can be cloudy as you would expect from a wheat beer. The flavor and body just isn't as full as a traditional wheat beer you would expect.

    Looking at other peoples reviews adding additional ingredients or using wheat spraymalt might be a way to get the traditional wheat beer you want. I may have to give this one another go. Perhaps a brew day for the summer.
  • Rating
    Brewed twice
    Review by Jamieon 14/10/2013
    Brewed this twice now. Once because it was quick to be drinkable three weeks was from bucket to belly brewed at 20c to get bannana flavours, second was two weeks four days btb at 15c for clove taste which was tangy to begin with but ha now mellowed btw wait three weeks because two weeks four days isn't fizzy enough? Overall if you want a quick one this is the quickest I've found so far
  • Rating
    easy first brew
    Review by Colinon 14/08/2013
    My first go at brewing and very happy with the results. Instructions were a bit thin but it's brewing not rocket science. I barrelled it and it was drinkable in a couple of weeks. I liked it so much I bought another one.
  • Rating
    Brewmaster is the best!!
    Review by Grizzly Beeron 07/08/2013
    10th brew of this Wheat extract, its so good i've not even got round to my wholegrain brew yet. Try it - you won't be dissapointed!
  • Rating
    Thin but easy
    Review by Brewdogon 16/11/2012
    Extremely easy first brew.

    Brewed as per the instructions and had an easily quaffable 4.2% ABV wheat beer in 3 weeks. Lots of bannana flavours( I brewed at 19.5c)

    Next time more dme and some additional hops, all brewed at a lower temp to bring out some more clove.

    All in all a very easy but thin brew perfet for a first timer/ newbie like me
  • Thin but easy
    Review by Brewon 16/11/2012
    An extremely easy kit which i brewed as my first.

    Very thin on the texture, lots of bannana flavours and i brewed at 19.5c for 8 days, and only added 1kg of brew enhancer.

    Might be made better by adding dme instead of the brew enhancer with some additional hops and dme.

    It is as i said, an extremely easy, perfectly drinkable brew for first timers, (about 4.2% ABV)
  • Rating
    Does not really taste like wheat beer
    Review by chbsteron 10/09/2012
    Not really a wheat beer (at least no weizen) more a sweet lager
  • Rating
    Very nice beer!
    Review by Paulon 12/05/2012
    I've tried a few wheat beer kits and this one is my favorite.A lovely beer with great colour and taste.Cant really tell the difference from pub wheatbeer.I prefer this beer served cold as it enhances the flavour more for me.Quite strong though and i add 1kg of sugar and add water to make 40 pints. A good price too,i recommend this one.
  • Rating
    Excellent result
    Review by thermikeon 25/04/2012
    I combined 2 cans of Coopers Brewmaster Wheat Beer with 500 gr of honey, corriander and orange peel and used Belgian yeast to brew. The result was an extatic and aromatic beer, full body, ready to be drunk after a week! Excellent result!
  • Rating
    Doesn't taste like wheat beer
    Review by tyrannosauruson 10/04/2012
    First time at homebrewing and chose this as I love wheat beer [Weihenstephaner ftw]. Used 1kg normal white sugar rather than malt extract as I didn't know malt extract existed! Bottled up after a few weeks with 1 tsp sugar in each bottle. It's been about 7-8 weeks in the bottle and have to say very disappointed with the taste. Although it is very fizzy with a decent alcohol content it is completely clear rather than slightly cloudy like a 'real' wheat beer. Tastes more like a lager, with a slightly sugary taste. If I was meant to do anything differently to make it taste more like a wheat beer then the instructions didn't mention anything like that and are woefully inadequate.
  • Rating
    A cracking summer pint
    Review by Jameson 15/07/2011
    I used bog standard white table sugar and a small amount of coriandar and citrus peel. Fermented out without any problems in 5 days and I bottled it up in 500ml PETS with a teaspoon of sugar in each.

    It was a bit lagery after 2 weeks, but after 6 it has developed into a cracking beer, not as fizzy as I expected and just off clear. Its wheaty without being over the top. I like it a lot.
  • Rating
    Great wheat beer
    Review by Danon 24/06/2011
    Done this twice and it is much better using the coopers brew enhancer. Tastes a lot like the commercial wheat beers although I reckon more sugar at secondary than it says, I didn't get as much fiz as I'd like.
  • Rating
    Professional tasting brew with a nice after taste
    Review by LePetitHamelon 21/05/2011
    I used the supplied yeast and added 907g of Golden Syrup. Left in the primary for 6 days to 1.010 Final Gravity. Put most in a Cornie, and bottled the rest. After 4 weeks, I couldn't resist any longer and cracked open a bottle. Beer has a nicely rounded taste and could easily be made to taste like the flavoured belgians with the addition of some fruit. Will definately try again. Should taste even better in another couple of weeks.
  • Rating
    Stunning wheat beer
    Review by Johnon 23/03/2011
    Made this with Safbrew WB-06 Yeast and the results were stunning. Bottled with a white sugar/dextrose mix and it is a really sparkling brew with a nice head, fully flavoured wheat beer. Delighted, will definately do this again.
    Nothing like liver salts.
  • Rating
    Got great wheat beer with very little tweaking.
    Review by Andrison 21/12/2010
    I made this one with slight addition of German aroma hops, bits of coriander and orange peel boil and can of liquid wheat malt.
    Excellent beer, best tasting after 3-4 weeks in bottles, making another one cause this batch is almost gone!
  • Rating
    Don't bother
    Review by n/aon 16/10/2009
    Tastes nothing like wheat beer more like andrews liver salts.Avoid like the plague.