Here's a favorite recipe of mine I call it the Orange Blossom Special because it uses a bunch of Orange Blossom Honey for flavor and aroma. For a 5 gallon batch: 6 lbs Wheat Malt Extract (or go all grain using 5llbs Pilsner Malt and 5 lbs Wheat Malt - mash at 151F) 1 lb Crystal 10L 1 oz Hallertaur @ 60 min 1 oz Hallertaur @ 5 min 3 lbs Orange Blossom Honey @ 2 mins White Labs WLP320 American Hefeweizen yeast or Wyeast 1010 American Hefeweizen Yeast (You can also use a Kolsch yeast for this recipe) If using extract- Steep the Crystal malt in 2 gallons of water @150F for 30 mins Top up to boiling volume based on the size of your boil pot. Bring that up to a boil and take it off the heat. if you are doing a concentrated boil, Add 1/2 of the extract now. If you are doing a full boil, add all of it now. bring the wort up to a boil and let it go to hot break (ie, it will foam up then the foam will cave in on itself).A Add 1 oz of Hallertaur hops and start your boil clock. Let the mixture boil a slow rolling boil for 45 mins. Add 1 oz of Hallertaur, (and the rest of the extract if you were doing a concentrated boil.) Let it boil for another 10 mins, then add the other oz of hops. Let it boil for another 3 mins and add the honey. Bring it back up to a boil. By then the clock will have run out. Top up to 5 gallons (with pre-boiled and chilled water, if you are doing a concentrated boil). Chill down to 66F, aerate well (preferably with oxygen) and pitch the yeast. Let it ferment for 2 weeks at around 68F, then prime with 1 whole cup of corn sugar and bottle (1 cup as opposed to the standard 3/4 cup will provide ~3 volumes of CO2 as opposed to the normal 2.5 volumes). If AG- you can either single step mash all the grains at 151F or if you want a more complex malt backbone, go for a single decoction mash with steps at 131F (protein rest) and 151F saccharification rest. Mashout either way at 168F. Same hop & honey schedule as the extract version. Adding the honey at 2 mins is enough to pasteurize it and retain the flavor and aromatics. This beer finishes around 6.9% but it tastes and drinks like its down around 5%. It is a huge hit with the ladies, too. I'm sure you'll love it once you try it.