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Mr. Radz Raspberry Wheat

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Mr. Radz Raspberry Wheat

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Beer Style: Fruit Beer  (20A)
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons

Fruit Beer


I bottled just the other day and the little bit I drank off the siphon was GREAT. add priming sugar, of course. Have done a few fruit beers, but this recipe is my latest and probably the best yet. For an ale, I would simply switch out the wheat extract for light or amber extract and used crushed crystal rather than wheat! The hops dont matter that much since I am assuming u are going for the fruit rather than a hop taste. I wanted to use WYeast Bavarian Wheat, but was out of it at the time. I like Edme dry yeast for a generic and it did its job quite well from what I can tell.


  • 3 lbs dried wheat malt extract
  • 2 lbs laaglander extra light malt extract
  • Malto-dextrin at beginning of boil
  • 1 lb wheat
  • 4oz raspberry extract added at end of boil
  • 1 oz hallertau 45 mins
  • 1 oz cascade 15 mins
  • irish moss 15 mins
  • Edme Ale Yeast

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