Route Citra Six American Wheat AG Recipe Pack

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Route Citra Six American Wheat AG Recipe Pack

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A hazy, refreshing beer with strong citrus flavours and aromas from the American Citra hops and unique wheat beer yeast.

American Citra hops complimented by carapils and wheat malts.

Crushed Wheat, Carapils and Pale malts.

Choice of Yeast - Liquid yeast must be refrigerated.

This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 5.4% ABV beer.

This kit is suitable and comes with instructions for 20L Braumiester.

This kit uses the All Grain brewing technique which requires additional equipment and knowledge of this technique.

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A hazy, refreshing beer with strong citrus flavours and aromas from the American Citra hops and unique wheat beer yeast. American Citra hops complimented by carapils and wheat malts. Crushed Wheat, Carapils and Pale malts. Choice of Yeast This recipe pack will give you approx 23 litres of 5.4% ABV beer. This kit uses the All Grain brewing technique which requires additional equipment and knowledge of this technique.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

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  • Rating
    Great wheat beer
    Review by Ricky Bobbyon 19/08/2017
    Lovely zingy refreshing beer and easy to make. I left my in swing top bottles for a few months and all the sediment settled giving a lovely clear beer. Cloudy if you disturb it though.
  • Rating
    Summer beer
    Review by Gavin Davison 25/05/2017
    A nice refreshing summery brew, with just enough hop character to make it interesting, though I think it's worthwhile making some tweaks to get the best out of it. Personally I'm not huge on single hop beers, as I tend to find them a little one dimensional, and I didn't want to use the Citra as a bittering hop as it feels like a waste (some people complain that Citra can give off-flavours early in the boil too, though that's not something I've ever experimented with), so I used some Galaxy and Centennial pellets I had in the freezer to bitter with and used all the Citra hops supplied in the whirlpool instead. A couple of other things worth noting if you're considering making tweaks, first the Citra hops supplied are leaf, not pellet, and the packet gave no indication of crop/alpha acid etc. Also this kit has been designed with a Braumeister in mind, not usually an issue but around 50% of the grain bill is wheat in this kit, and where that might not be a problem for a Braumeister (which has a sparge function built in), if you're using a cooler or (like me) a Grainfather you might want to add some oat husks or rice hulls (not supplied) to the grains to stop this sticking, as I had a very slow runoff. All in all a decent beer, and I'd probably give it another go with some more tweaking.
  • Rating
    Not bad
    Review by TD Breweryon 12/02/2017
    Fermented well. After 2 weeks fermenting and 2 weeks in the keg. Good head, which it keeps well. Very cloudy, light in colour, strong wheat flavour citrus and sharp. A nice brew but not sure I would brew it again without some modification
  • Rating
    Refreshing & deceivingly strong
    Review by Paulon 13/01/2017
    Very satisfying refreshing taste, not as cloudy as anticipated for a wheat.

    I did expect it to have a stronger hop taste and aroma but I wasn't disappointed.

    Bottled half initially, but then went onto bottle the rest as i felt it wasn't carbonated enough in the barrel.

    Would make a nice summertime brew. I added additional hallertau hops to the boil and some dry at the end for additional flavor and aroma.

    Would try it again, and everyone who has tasted it up to now has been rather impressed :)
  • Rating
    Very Tasty
    Review by Anthonyon 23/12/2016
    I brewed this beer in May 2016 and forgot to write a review. Wanted to add interest so I added some spare grains to the recipe - 4 oz crystal malt and 17 oz carapils. Wow, it fermented beautifully with my own cultivated yeast from a bottle of Belgian Chimay Red. The fg was 8.1% abv which seems excessive, but the taste was really good with full malty notes and a leasing long finish.
  • Rating
    summer = wheat beer
    Review by Seanon 02/08/2016
    brewed in grain father and used father measurements for water etc. found the OG & volume was spot on. quickly brewed and conditioned. Final gravity was spot on too tasted hoppy before it went in bottles so this will mellow in next few weeks. hopping the summer stays around for me to enjoy this ..
  • Rating
    Delicious
    Review by Jamieon 15/07/2016
    Amazing how happy I was with this kit, the flavour is amazing, not too hoppy either.
  • Rating
    Best all grain brew yet !!
    Review by Bowenbrauon 11/08/2015
    Just cracked open my first bottle after a week in primary and week in bottle and really impressed with result. Creamy white head, good carbonation, full body and surprisingly hoppy. Added some orange peel and coriander at end of boil, not quite a Hoegarden but a pretty good effort.

    Just ordered another batch.
  • Rating
    A pleasant change from Hefe's
    Review by Jameson 22/07/2015
    Made this as my summer beer for 2015. Kegged majority but kept back 7 litres to make a Strawberry Wheat. Both beers have been great.
  • Rating
    brilliant
    Review by Jon robertson 21/05/2014
    Made this recipe twice now, few tweaks second time. going to be one of my regular beers, (about to order another kit)

    added a few grams of cascade / centennial at 8mins left and 5 mins left and upped the 15 mins and flame out addition of citra. LOVELY drop.

    Goes down well with all that have tried it. can't wait to make some more
  • Rating
    great all grain kit
    Review by Jon Robertson 04/02/2014
    brewed this all grain kit 3/1/2014 after receiving as a gift, sat in the primary for 20 days before racking and then bottling, been in the bottle 11 days.

    a little early but i had a sample of one last night and wow really impressed with this kit, usually brew with marris otter so was a good change using lager malt and wheat malt. and just just happen to love citra as a hop. will definitely be brewing this recipe again.

    lovely smoothness from the wheat and crispness from the lager malt and citrusy with the bitter and aroma hops, was going to dry hop this however it had a surprising amount of aroma and flavour from the 0 minute addition so did not need it for my tastes
  • Rating
    wow!
    Review by tronon 10/07/2013
    Citrus, banana, creamy and a satisfying dry wheattie finish. 1 week in primary at 20`, 1 week in bottle and this has to be the tastiest wheat beer I've had. Hats off to the brewuk team and mods for creating. Apparently best drunk within 7 weeks, won't last that long! Yum.