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Whirlfloc In Wheat Beer?

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Wreck

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I asked the question once before on a tangent to another thread, but I think it got lost with the main topic.

Would I be right in saying not to worry about using whirlfloc in a wheat beer, since it's supposed to be cloudy anyway?

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Wreck.
 

Darren

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Wreck said:
Would I be right in saying not to worry about using whirlfloc in a wheat beer, since it's supposed to be cloudy anyway?

Thanks,
Wreck.
I reckon you would be
 

Asher

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Unless your making a krystal Weizen... dont wory about the flocculant.

I keg my hefe, the first few beers are cloudy and it clears towards the end of the keg. quite a different tast from strart to finish...

Asher for now
 

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