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Old 06-27-2008, 08:00 PM   #1
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Looking for feedback on a Saison I want to brew. EdWorts sounds yummy but I want to go a wee bit stronger. I cobbled this together pulling bits from about a dozen recipes gathered across the web.

12# Belgian Pils
0.5# Belgian Aromatic
0.5# Vienna
1# Light Belgian Candi Sugar
1# Flaked Wheat
EKG to 20 IBU
0.25 oz Coriander, Black Pepper, Anise @Flameout.

Assuming I get 70% brewhouse eff. it comes out at OG 1.071.

SI mash 75 min @149
Boil 90 minutes
WLP 568 yeast, 2 1/2 qt starter from Jamil's calc.

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nice, make sure you ferment on the warm side, but keep a constant temperature. You might have to suffer and set your air conditioner to 80 so that your beer will ferment properly, but it is a small sacrifice to make for the beer.

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nice, make sure you ferment on the warm side, but keep a constant temperature. You might have to suffer and set your air conditioner to 80 so that your beer will ferment properly, but it is a small sacrifice to make for the beer.
Thanks. The garage is nice and warm but probably swings too much so I'm still thinking about the fermentation setup. I have read this strain does well over 80 and gets stuck below 75.

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