Originally Posted by The10mmKid
+1 on the Danstar Belle Saison dry yeast
My experience is to keep it in the mid 60's until fermenting starts and then let it run wild.
Ive read that brewers let it raise up into the 90's
Mine usually stayed at low-80's with a room temp of ~70
Great peppery taste and one batch attenuated down to zero. I had to look for my errors before I was convinced of what I was seeing.
Did a Tank 7 clone and received lots of accolades.
I'm glad to read that yours attenuated that way. I had not done a saison before so I didn't know what to expect when I started mine. I had read that to get more of the esters a slight underpitch would help so that is what I tried. My FG was 0.995 so I had really great attenuation. I tasted the hydrometer sample and was considering dumping the whole batch because I didn't like it at all (small batch, no great loss if I did dump it) but I bottled it instead and while it still isn't my favorite, once carbonated and conditioned a bit it is quite drinkable.