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Thomas Coopers Preacher's Hefe Wheat (1.7kg)


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Preacher's Hefe Wheat (1.7kg)

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  • It may come as a surprise but as well as being a brewer Thomas Cooper was also a lay Preacher. This was all above board. In the mid 1900s the Methodists praised the brewing of beer as a respectable trade, which “provided the working man with good, wholesome malt liquor.”

    Today the working man’s prayers are answered with this Belgian style wheat beer. It’s a bright hazy gold with soft texture, banana and clove aromas, smooth creamy white head and refreshingly tart finish. Of course, if you’ve already tried it, were preaching to the converted. 

    • Colour : 65EBC
    • Bitterness : 340BU

    Recommended to be brewed with:

    • 1.5kg  Wheat Malt Extract

    Preachers HefeWheat Extract is produced by mashing finely ground malted barley and wheat with water at a temperature not exceeding 75°C, then filtering and evaporating the resulting liquid under vacuum until it is the consistency of thick honey. The resultant beer is a Belgian style wheat beer with a bright, hazy gold appearance with soft textures, banana and clove aromas, smooth creamy white head and a refreshingly tart finish.

    Product from australian company-Coopers is produced for making 23 L of beer..
    Each can contain:
    -1,7 kg of hermetic closed hop malt without any extra preservanties (Malt consistency is similar to carmel/honey)
    -the packet of beer yeast (attached under the cover)
    Maximum alcohol level, which we may achive is 5,2%(We can also achive lighter beers if we reduce the amount of sugar.) Using attached table, you can choose the proper amount of sugar for particular barrel and for require beer power.

    Amount of sugarbeer power

    Preparing homemade beer is really simple but you have to remember about keeping cleanness and proportion.

    Needed equipment
    Cooper's concentrant (with beer yeast packet attached )
    1 kg of sugar or enhancer or for exapmle malt extract light or Enhancer
    - water
    -sugar measure
    glass demijohn or 30 L zymotic container
    -zymotic straw
    -measuring spoon for sugar
    lever capper
    crown caps
    -bottles for pouring beer or plastic bottles.

    Next steps of beer preparation

    Closed can with digest put to the sink with hot water for about 10 minutes. (it will make our content liquefied and make it easier to put it out)

    Into 5 L vessel put 1 kg of sugar. (Attention : sugar may be replaced with enhancer or malt)we add 2 L of boiling water and mix till sugar will melt, next add the content of the can and mix it again.
    The final temperature of beer should be about 21-21°C. If so, you should add beer yeast from the packet. (Attention: remember that the temperature over 30°C will kill the yeast. Fermentation will not start in the temperature under 18°C.) After adding the yeast, mix everything and close the mouth of the vessel (demijohn) and put the fermenative straw in the cork.

    Approved fermentation temperature is between 18 and 24°C. Caution: Only with ''advanced beer makers'' the temperatur

    Recommended to be used with:

    Thomas Coopers Wheat Malt Extract

    Coopers Carbonation Drops


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Thomas Coopers Preacher's Hefe Wheat (1.7kg)

Thomas Coopers Preacher's Hefe Wheat (1.7kg)

Preacher's Hefe Wheat (1.7kg)

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