Brew it Yourself: White Labs Witbier

Need some inspiration for your next brew day? Our latest "brew it yourself" blog post features a 5-gallon-sized recipe for White Labs Witbier.

For this recipe, the Brewing Team used WLP400 Belgian Wit Ale Yeast. Follow this recipe step-by-step or use it as creative inspiration your next brew day! Check it out below, and if you like what you see, sign up for our Customer Club newsletter at whitelabs.com/customerclub to get more content like this straight to your inbox! 

YeastWLP400 Belgian Wit Ale Yeast
Original Gravity: 1.048
Final Gravity: 1.009
Estimated ABV: 5%
IBUs: 13

Grain (single infusion mash at 150°F):
45.5% Pilsner (4lbs)
45.5% White Wheat Malt (4lbs)    
9% Flakes Oats (12.6oz)

Hops:
.5 oz Citra (13 IBUs)
[60 minutes]

Other:
1.3 oz Bitter Orange Peel 
[5 minutes]
1.3 oz Coriander Seed
[5 minutes]

Tasting Notes: 
Spring is here and readying us for thirst quenching beer styles. This month we bring a straightforward recipe which was a big hit in our tasting rooms. Adjuncts steal the show here with herbal and citrus notes being accentuated by black pepper-like flavors and aromas from the phenols produced by WLP400 Belgian Wit Ale Yeast. Fermenting in the low 70’s will produce an ideal to style Belgian wit. -Erik Fowler, White Labs Education & Engagement Curator

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