Boulevard Wheat Beer Recipe

Boulevard Wheat Beer Recipe

Boulevard Wheat Beer is an American-style wheat beer that has been brewed by Boulevard Brewing Company in Kansas City, Missouri It is a light and refreshing unfiltered wheat ale with a hint of citrusy hop aroma and flavor. The recipe for this beer has remained unchanged over the years and continues to be enjoyed by beer drinkers around the world.

Boulevard Wheat Beer is made with pale and wheat malts, imported German hops, and a special yeast strain. The combination of the light-colored malts, flavorful hops, and unique yeast creates an easy-drinking ale that balances fruity notes with hop bitterness for a refreshing finish. This beer is a true classic and will satisfy even the most discerning beer drinkers.

To make Boulevard Wheat Beer, you’ll need 2-row pale malt, wheat malt, Mt. Hood hops, Perle hops, and a hefeweizen ale yeast strain. You’ll also need water, and priming sugar (for carbonation).

First, mix your malts with 8 gallons of cold water in your brewing vessel to create an all-grain mash. Maintain a temperature of 152°F for one hour before sparging with hot water to obtain 6 gallons of wort. Bring the wort to a boil and add 1 oz of Mt. Hood hops followed by 1/2 oz of Perle hops. Boil for 60 minutes, then cool the wort to 70°F and transfer it to your fermenter.

Add your hefeweizen ale yeast strain and allow it to ferment at 68°F for two weeks until fermentation is complete. After fermentation, add priming sugar and bottle-condition the beer in 12 oz bottles or growlers for 2–3 weeks before serving chilled. Enjoy!

Boulevard Wheat Beer is a great option if you’re looking for a classic American wheat beer that’s easy to make at home. With its light body and refreshing character, it’s sure to please any crowd.

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