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Hefeweizen Beer Recipe Kit

53 reviews
$15.00
Vendor: Craft a Brew

Our Hefeweizen has a silky smooth mouth feel with tastes of citrus, clove and banana. A great wheat beer to enjoy year round. This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients to brew our refreshing Hefeweizen: 1 lb Dry Malt Extract Tettnang (Bittering, Aroma) Hop Packet Steeping Grains Yeast Packet...

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Hefeweizen home beer brewing kit

Our Hefeweizen has a silky smooth mouth feel with tastes of citrus, clove and banana. A great wheat beer to enjoy year round.

This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients to brew our refreshing Hefeweizen:

  • 1 lb Dry Malt Extract
  • Tettnang (Bittering, Aroma) Hop Packet
  • Steeping Grains
  • Yeast Packet
  • Sanitizer Packet
  • Grain Steeping Bag  

Need equipment?  Click below for the full Brew Kit to make this refreshing Hefeweizen:

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4.8 Based on 53 Reviews
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ER
06 October 2020
Esteban R.
United States United States
Hefeweizen.

Refreshing.

RD
29 September 2020
Ryan D.
United States United States
Heffy

Tasted Great after the product was completed. Would order again.

PH
29 August 2020
PATRICK H.
United States United States
El Jefe is awesome (yeah, the Texas name!)

First time with this mix. Turned out great! Light body, no bitterness at all, easy drinker. Brew this one - you will enjoy it...I should have bought more!

Craft a Brew Hefeweizen Beer Recipe Kit Review
JM
12 August 2020
john m.
United States United States
German Wheat Beer

Very fresh taste. Took me back to sitting in a Frankfurt beer garden one warm summer evening. Better than anything you can buy in stores.

JW
11 August 2020
James W.
United States United States
Not very hefe

Not very creamy and no banana notes. Typical of what you find at a micro-brew claiming to have a Hefeweizen when it's more like any other generic ale.