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Old 03-22-2014, 07:32 PM   #11
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Oh it is plenty finished. It hit terminal gravity at 8 days, I kegged it at 12. Has been on gas for about a week now. Saison yeast takes a long time to come together in my experience.

I say "green" for this reason. The beer is very very yeasty, and will remain so for another week I'd imagine given my prior experience with 3711.
It is not finished. it is GREEN young beer. its not even 20 days old.

Why would you ask for help if you don't want it?

Bye. I done waisting my time.
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Old 03-22-2014, 07:43 PM   #12
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It is not finished. it is GREEN young beer. its not even 20 days old.

Why would you ask for help if you don't want it?

Bye. I done waisting my time.
That's weird you say that when a lot of the brewers to follow, such as Bertus, are pretty consistently doing grain to glass in ten days or less on bigger beers than this, and yes, even with saisons.
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freeze concentrating your watery beer may help. I'm doing that now with a my first, failed, attempt at biab.

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That's weird you say that when a lot of the brewers to follow, such as Bertus, are pretty consistently doing grain to glass in ten days or less on bigger beers than this, and yes, even with saisons.
I really hope You get the fact! that you are talking about two completely different things, you were asking about fixing a watery lack of mouthfeel beer,
and a properly prepare recipe prepared by a "brewer to follow", mashed at the right temp, has the proper amount of yeast pitched in it and fermented at the proper temp, to turn from grain to glass in 10 days, are two completely different things, saison or otherwise.

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