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Flaked Wheat

Flaked Wheat

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For making Witbiers and other specialties. Helps with head retention in all beers. Will leave a slight haze. Can also be used in place of unmalted wheat in many recipes.

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always keep on hand
Sarah B on Apr 8, 2020
I've used it before
Kim K on Mar 30, 2020
always keep on hand
Sarah B on Apr 8, 2020
Brian J Brinkman on Mar 31, 2020
I've used it before
Kim K on Mar 30, 2020
making beer
David B on Mar 27, 2020
Tom N on Mar 27, 2020
Hazy IPA!
Ward K Toby on Mar 18, 2020
Briess and other name brands no longer seem available, this seemed to be the best option
Matthew L on Mar 4, 2020
Flaked grains stack much more neatly and are easier to organize.
Richard Z on Mar 2, 2020
For multi grain bread
Leah T on Feb 20, 2020
Adds to head retention and mouth feel for many styles. Easy to convert in flaked form.
Robert C on Feb 18, 2020
I used this before in an IPA
Jayson Bousquet on Feb 14, 2020
to make a Wit
Roger M on Feb 4, 2020
Donald s on Jan 20, 2020
Trying something new
Ken K on Jan 20, 2020
kenneth B on Jan 13, 2020
Viking is a good malt at a very good price.
Lester H on Jan 7, 2020
Mouth feel
Garrett C on Jan 6, 2020
John P on Jan 3, 2020
Head Retention
John P on Dec 21, 2019
For a belgian blonde
Christian H on Dec 19, 2019
What I want
Brett C on Dec 1, 2019
Doing my Belgian Wit recipe again
Kurt H on Nov 22, 2019
Great for Hazy IPAs and Wheats
Nate D on Oct 29, 2019
Based on Recipe from Brewers friend
Wade on Oct 25, 2019
Ken F on Oct 23, 2019
Jonathan A on Oct 17, 2019
James M on Oct 7, 2019
it's flaked but not flakey
Steve W on Oct 3, 2019
Hazy IPa
Christopher V on Oct 3, 2019
Making a quad
John R on Sep 26, 2019
Nick T on Aug 28, 2019
Hazy IPA
Brian W on Jul 11, 2019
Need this to make Belgian Wit
Mark T on Jul 8, 2019
add light colored fermentable sugars
Fred H on Jul 2, 2019
Wheat beer
Eric H on Jun 20, 2019
Called for in the recipe
Michael M on Jun 14, 2019
Recipe calls for it
Mark A on Jun 11, 2019
Inventory low
James B on May 14, 2019
Nathan L on May 7, 2019
to use to brew new england ipa
Bill A on May 1, 2019
For hazy ipa
Ryan N on May 1, 2019
new recipe
Nicholas C Trausch on Apr 28, 2019
Making a Belgian Wit good body
Richard A on Apr 25, 2019
Hazy beer
Matthew A on Apr 24, 2019
brewing a stout
Arthur D on Apr 20, 2019
Kim O on Apr 2, 2019
previously used in a recipe
Big Red Snob on Apr 2, 2019
For a Hazey Pale Ale
drew m on Mar 28, 2019
need for oktoberfest
david s on Mar 5, 2019
pale ale body
Scott Wilson F on Feb 21, 2019
Brian J Brinkman on Mar 31, 2020
making beer
David B on Mar 27, 2020
is this red or white wheat?
Brian M on Feb 22, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brian, this is red wheat.
Is this malted?
Brenda McBride on Mar 25, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Flaked wheat is not malted, is like flaked oats which does not require milling and would go straight into mash or steeped if an extract brewer. If you’re recipe requires wheat malt try Viking Wheat Malt or other brands stating wheat malt, etc. cheers
Does anyone know what actual brand this flaked wheat is?
Shane Belin on May 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We use Briess brand flaked wheat.

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Wheat Made Easy
Great for witbiers. Can be used in large percentages with the use of rice hulls.
May 23, 2019
over 2 years ago
Flaked Wheat
good for head retention in all beers and was a great addition to our Wit beer.
May 14, 2019
11 months ago
Best GRAINS ever bought from More beer
December 9, 2018
1 year ago
it's flaked wheat
works. is priced well. good add on for free shipping. another quality product from more beer
May 10, 2018
1 year ago
Excellent Wheat
I initially thought of using this to make me some wheatmeal for breakfast, but then I had the brilliant idea to try it in a beer. So I used it in my small Belgian ale. Worked like a charm.
May 7, 2018
over 2 years ago
work nicely in my belgian wheat.
January 28, 2018
over 2 years ago