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Old 06-28-2012, 01:15 PM   #1
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Default Looking for "New Holland Four Witches" Black Saison recipe

So I recently had this beer and really loved it and would like to make something similar. I tried emailing the brewer and all the info I got was that it is heavily spiced and fermented about 10 degrees warmer than their other beers. I've never had a black saison before so it's hard to compare.

from their website (http://newhollandbrew.com/blog/beer-...lack-saison/):
15° Plato, Alc. 7.3% by Vol.
"The Four Witches art, illustrated by Kyle Bice, develops on Golden Cap’s theme, with a nod to Wizard of Oz, as L. Frank Baum wrote the book while summering in Holland, MI. White and dark roasted wheat provide deceptively delicious body, and a playful reference to Oz’s contrast between good and wicked witches. Caramel rye and barley continue the story, along with a unique yeast character and mild spicing."

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I have never had that brew, but I recently did a black saison that came out great. I used 8 oz of Midnight wheat and just added it to a regular saison recipe. Fermented it with 3724 at 90 degrees.

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