I have a Saison brewing (actually two) and I hear "slowly raise the temp from 70F to middle 80s".
Whats the time frame on this. It's been fermenting for about 14 hours now and I have it from 70 to about 75 now. Faster? Slower?
BTW - the big carboy is using White Labs Belgian Style Saison Ale Blend WLP568 while the smaller one is Safbrew T-58 and I'll add Champagne yeast in maybe another 12 hours!
That is a 55g fish tank heater to slowly raise the temps.
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Bottled! Award winning East India Porter, Oatmeal Stout, Milk Stout, Saison fermenting at a nice controlled 85 degrees (up from 70) as it should be - weird isn't it.