Are you set up to bottle this bad boy?! Style calls for 3-4 volumes, which can blow normal bottles...
Also, don't forget to ramp up the heat throughout fermentation. Using a liquid Belgian strain, JZ suggests starting at 64F and ramping up to 70+ over a three day period to get it dry enough in character.
The T-58 is a Belgian strain, some say Chimay. The S-33 is English, and I've used it successfully for my Scottish 70 Shilling Ale before, though I feel the White Labs Edinburgh liquid strain is superior.
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