Titans fan here. But I like to watch football, college or pro, but especially pro. Just glad the season is officially here. Means I have to get the antenna rigged up again.
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but I'd be willing to bet "Pilsner Caramel" is another maltster's version of CaraPils.
I dunno Keith - 8-12L seems more like "Carahell" than Carapils/Carafoam/Dextrin which are 2-3L.
if that's the closest thing you can get, Phil, go with it, but its likely to contribute a bit of caramel sweetness
You just don't understand the dislike I have for American hefes. I prefer BMC to them. When it's 100F+ on the river, Coors Banquet is very refreshing, but I wouldn't touch any of the Am. hefes I've tried. In Seattle weather, I'll pass on the macro lagers and Am. hefes and drink water. It's happened before and will again. We were at a water park two days ago - they had Bud and Bud Light. I had water.
I pretty much feel the same though maybe not quite as strongly. So via a full beer profile explain what would constitute an exceptable american hefe or if you can't do that then your personal ideal german hefe (I'm talking the flavors, aromas, mouthfeel, overall character, etc.)
The reason I ask - I've made what I would call an american autumn wheat, its still has the refreshing wheat character but with a little more body or oomph. I'm curious what other american wheat haters would think of it.
My vote would be for 380 otherwise.
For a few bucks more you can get a self priming version. I did not....Plan on having it low.
I'd honestly rather drink water.