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Old 05-09-2007, 10:15 PM   #1
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Default Has anyone used Wyeast 3763 Roeselare?

I just got this from the HBS, I've got two lambics it will be going into. I also froze a couple batches in glycerine for later.

Check out these quotes from Wyeast:
"Aging for up to 18 months is required for full flavor profile and acidity to develop."
"Subsequent elevated temperature (80-85º F) will increase the rate of acid production by the lactic bacteria." - Good thing its getting warm out.

I'm looking forward to bumping this thread back up in a year and a half and letting you guys now how it turned out.

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Old 04-29-2008, 05:59 PM   #2
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Well, according to the above post's date, my first 'Lambics' AKA Flanders Red( I've come so far, a year ago anything sour was a Lambic to me ) will be a year old in ~10 days, so its time to bottle. I've got the two different batches, so I may blend them or bottle seperately, we'll see. Anyway, found this old thread and thought I'd update at the year mark, not 18 months yet(many bottles will make it to that point though). I haven't tasted them in many months, they may taste like satan's anus and have to be dumped, but I hope not.

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Bucket or carboy?

I'm getting ready to do my Flanders Red sometime soon once I get my Brett L. Dubbel out of secondary.

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I picked mine up this weekend while I was in Austin at AHB.. It wont be brewed for a month or so, im about to move, so I don't want to have to move full carboys. Im probably going to do a sour red and brown with it.

Any Idea what all is in this? I have searched and all I could find was, a few strains of brett, most likely cali ale, and maybe Lacto.

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I'm glad you bumped this back up. I'm eager to hear how things turned out. I've got a pack of 3763 on the way and am planning a Flanders Red. I'll probably go with Jamil's recipe but I'm not sure whether to start with the Roeselare blend or partially ferment with something neutral and add the bug blend when I hit 60-70% attenuation. According to "Brewing Classic Styles" that should produce a slightly less sour beer.

I was inspired by Jolly Pumpkin's La Roja Flanders Red at the World Beer Festival this past weekend. I fell in love with the stuff.

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-They are in glass carboys. Although, I am very tempted to try one in a bucket - seems like some people are having luck with this method. I need to 'take on for the team' and buy another bucket and throw a Flanders in there for science sake.
-The blend is 1056(or the like), Brett(s)(not sure which), Lacto and/or Pedio, and a Flor Sherry yeast. Something like that.
- Chad, both these are made by adding Roeselare to secondary. Based on my limited experience with other sour beers, one way to increase the sourness is to leave it in primary for a few months. Also higher temps help as well. And if you like La Roja hit yours with some bourbon soaked oak cubes, when I had the La Roja Reserve(unblended) at the brewery it was WAYYYY to bourbony, but after a few months turned out nice -reminded me of good homebrew.

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Thanks for the update landhoney... looking forward to brewing (I should say starting to brew) a flanders red or brown sometime in the near future. I've only recently been turned onto the style and I'm really enjoying it...

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im thinking im gonna be doing my Red in a Bucket and my Brown with a wood stopper in a glass carboy. Raj B Apte makes me belive that plastic buckets are just fine for Flanders and lambics.

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Amazing that this did not get a single response last year and the topic on the greenboard is at 30 pages
http://www.brewboard.com/index.php?s...5&hl=Roeselare

I just got all 3 of the VSS yeasts and will plan a few brews for the near future.

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Originally Posted by niquejim
Amazing that this did not get a single response last year and the topic on the greenboard is at 30 pages
http://www.brewboard.com/index.php?s...5&hl=Roeselare
I need to be more charasmatic or something I guess.
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