I'm looking to brew on Saturday and am trying to decide what to do. We had a pretty cold winter and brewed right around 50-60 degrees. I was able to do a few lager-ish batches and some clean ales. I'm thinking it may not be quite warm enough to get into the Belgians...but was wondering if there were any styles/yeasts that benefit from being right around 70 degrees. Maybe a fruity ESB? Any thoughts are appreciated.. Thanks!
Primary: Evy's Amber Wheat, Saison Vouture Clone
Kegged/Drinking: Son of Sam Amber Lager
If you are talking actual beer temp at 70 (meaning closer to 65 ambient) and english ESB would be ideal. If it is 70 ambient that is plenty warm to do some Belgians...trust me, they will get hot at 70 ambient.