Finally, after reading about this style and having only tried it twice, from Karl Strauss brewing, I decided to brew it. Wheatwine is a very interesting style and can taste delicious.  I am trying to make a balanced version. As i write this am in the second hour of the boil. After the mash it seems to taste very "wheaty" with an aftertaste of hoppiness. I was only going to boil for 75' but after a gravity reading I decided it needed to boil longer. This will probably make for a long cool down...arrgghhh. One immediate change is add more caramel malt, for color/flavor. I will give it a few weeks and see how it turns out. Pics to come soon, batteries need recharging.
Here is the recipe:
Crystal 60L .5#
(+ 1#rice hulls) 
Total grains: 12#
Total IBU's: ~66
Yeast: WLP029 German Ale/ Kölsch Yeast 
Ferment @ 65F
 I like to brew styles that are hard to find
 This way its hard to compare and be dissapointed :)
 1st time using rice hulls, it made brew day easy
 I had 2 yeast sitting in my fridge, did not want to purchase another. The other was Wyeast Ringwood 1187
UPDATE: The Steam beer(s) is trucking along at a constant 55F.
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