Yeah. Non Brett turned out okay. Definitely motueka and calypso are prominent. If I could go back and do this again I would have used way less Belgian Pale malt (like 10-15%). What ended up happening is I feel like the base of the beer is more like a Belgian pale ale at this point. With the hop stand use of motueka and calypso, the hops are noticeable and the beer has a fruitiness to it (I think the calypso was most prominent). Recently entered this one and one of the judges actually commented that he was curious to know what yeast I used because he was impressed with the fruitiness displayed in the aroma and flavor. But, both judges commented this would be better placed in 16B rather than 16C. I attribute this to the excessive use of the Belgian Pale Malt and the beer not being dry enough.
With all that in mind, I am interested to see how the Brett version turns out. It's quite possible the Brett changes this beer and drys it out and makes it something totally different. So we will see !
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