Feed wheat? Let us know how it turns out. It's guaranteed to be cheaper than from the store, but I don't know about the quality. Do you know what kind of wheat it is? WF was just an example, there is very likely to be a store near you that carries it.
We've been able to get a wide selection of Unibroue beers for a pretty long time. We miss some of the specialties, but I've gotten Apple Ephemere, Currant Ephemere, and of course when it comes out I always get Quelque Chose. But La Fin Du Monde is a no-brainer, great beer.
Not sure what the wheat is, I'll check it out when I get it tonight. Price was free so I think I can afford that. I'm sure the quality will be ok but I'll be taking a very close look at it before I brew with it (particularly for any sign of diseased kernels). Glad to hear that you've had some of our better brews. La Fin Du Monde is fantastic.
Can you explain the mashing process in further detail? I am going to assume you need to mill the grain first then boil it and then mash it in with the barley at the temperatures you stated. Still unsure about how I'd do that in a cooler. Any comment on water? I assume very low in hardness/carbonates would be best. I'll be using 2/3 distilled, 1/3 tap because I have fairly hard tap water.