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Old 06-01-2008, 10:22 PM   #1
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Thinking of trying this in a Belgian Pale. Would it fit the style? I'm finaly getting good clarity in my beers and wanted a high floccuating yeast for this one.

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Old 06-01-2008, 10:27 PM   #2
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Thinking of trying this in a Belgian Pale. Would it fit the style? I'm finaly getting good clarity in my beers and wanted a high floccuating yeast for this one.
Do you like LaChouffe? I believe that's the root of this yeast. I used it in a Belgian Pale, very good flocculation. Great flavor character, I was very pleased with the results.
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What temp did you ferment at? It's got a huge range 65-85.

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What temp did you ferment at? It's got a huge range 65-85.
It was early last fall, about 68 degrees or so. I 'm sorry I can't tell you exactly, all my notes were digital and I suffered a HD failure. No backup!!!! al my recipes too
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It was early last fall, about 68 degrees or so. I 'm sorry I can't tell you exactly, all my notes were digital and I suffered a HD failure. No backup!!!! al my recipes too
Oh that sucks! This is the exact reason why I now print off a copy from beersmith to put in my file.
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Oh that sucks! This is the exact reason why I now print off a copy from beersmith to put in my file.
And I decided to do it all by hand now. Eats up more of my ample down time and I feel a bit more connected to the recipe. Thank you Ray Daniels and Designing Great Beers.
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