Berliner Kindl Weiss is being imported into the US again or another German brand. I saw it at a Binnys in Chicagoland.
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And roughly how much of this is added to a half liter of Berliner Weisse? I am sure you sample to taste, but what have you found with it to your taste?
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Our local German deli/restaurant/craft beer bar keeps Waldmeister in stock.
I think I've also seen it at the local homebrew store.
The pictures aren't from the right perspective for me to tell if you have a natural gas or a propane burner. The air orifices shown in the pictures are the same size for natural gas and propane. Take a picture down the burner tip so I can see the size of the gas orifice relative to the burner tip.I tried a few perspectives, but guess I missed the important one I'll try to get you the picture you want.
What if I said it burns orange no matter how low the propane is turned?
I don't have much experience with different types of gas, but this looks like a natural gas burner to me. And correct me if I'm wrong, but running propane through a natural gas burner will cause it to burn less completely
you gotta brew it, just once.
I've heard a rumor (totally a rumor, no supporting evidence at all) that at least some of the fleischmans bread yeasts are the same yeasts budweiser uses.