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NewfieRod

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Hi I am wonderin if anyone has a good partial mash recipe for a raspberry wheat beer..This will be my 2nd try at a partial.
 

Bats

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I can't help you with a recipe, but experimenting is what home brewing is all about.

Why not just do a partial mash wheat beer as normal, then rack onto a bunch of Rasberries for 2ndry ferm?

Worth a try.
 

Budron

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I recently did as Bats explained with an all grain wheat recipe.

Just racked onto about 1kg of frozen raspberries (which I 'potato' mashed with a 2 cups of boiling water. This was after 10 days of fermentation. Once racked onto raspberries, I kept at fermenting temps for 4 more days, then dropped the temp to about 3c for a further 4 days, before kegging.

Was really happy with the result. A nice pink tinge to the beer as well as an awesome raspberry aroma and taste on the palate. A winner with SWMBO aswell, which always helps.

Edit: 100 posts! Woo!
 

Lurks

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I recently did as Bats explained with an all grain wheat recipe.
Crumbs that sounds fabulous. What's a good wheat recipe to go with it?
 

Wolfman

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There is a raspberry wheat beer in the recipeDB. I have made it a couple of times. Gets better with age.
 

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Im guessing The frozen raspberries can be added straight but when using fresh fruit you need to stew them first to kill off any nasty microorganisms?
 

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Don't cook fruit then add. All you get is a stewed fruit character. Which 99% of the time is not what your after. I'd suggest having a read of the wiki articles on here about fruit and their use in beers for the better way of doing it
 

Clutch

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I might try Budron's recipe this weekend!
 

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