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Old 06-07-2011, 01:48 AM   #121
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I dissolved the sugar into a small amount of boiling water and added to the fermenter just as the ferment started to wind up.
exactly what i did.

my FG ended up a tad high (1.006) but in tasting it, i think this is one of the best beers i have made so far. THANKS AGAIN CAT (ps, i only have 5 APAs left, 1 in the fridge that I will be keeping there until I am back from Hawaii and 4 that i have to split up and ship to a couple locations around the country)
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Old 06-07-2011, 06:36 PM   #122
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Ok, I just poured the sugar in. Can't wait for final results in about two more weeks.

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Old 06-18-2011, 02:17 PM   #123
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I've been looking for a Saison recipe for some time now and I like this one but I don't think I can Partial mash 8lbs of grain so I came up with this. what do you guys think?

3 lbs. Pilsner
1.5 lbs. Munich
1 lb. wheat
6 lbs. Pale LME
1 lb. Light Belgian candy sugar

.5 oz. Perle (60 mins)
1 oz. Hallertauer (20 mins)
1/2 oz. Perle (10 mins)
1/2 oz. Saaz (10 mins)

Wyeast 3711

OG. 1.067
FG. 1.013
IBU 25
SRM 4
ABV 7.2% with 80% attenuation

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Old 06-18-2011, 04:03 PM   #124
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I just moved my saison to the keg. The sample tasted great; better than most of my beers at this point.

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Old 06-21-2011, 09:47 PM   #125
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Hey Cat,

How'd this one fair in competition? love me some 3711. by far my go to Saison yeast. Doing a Saison Brett Saison right now. 3711 doesn't leave much for the brett to eat though! Cheers!

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Old 06-24-2011, 05:48 PM   #126
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Could someone suggest a grain substitute for Wheat Malt, Belgian? Would White Wheat work?

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Old 06-24-2011, 07:17 PM   #127
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I'd go ahead and use whatever wheat malt you can find. They don't always have the belgian at my LHBS.

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Old 06-25-2011, 06:13 PM   #128
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Quick question ChshreCat... Your OP says Belgian Saison (Wyeast Labs #3711) Yeast-Ale .


It seems that 3711 is the French Saison and 3724 is the Belgian Saison...

It is my understanding that with a Saison the yeast is one of the most important aspects... Your recipe sounds amazing and I do not want to mess it up with the wrong yeast, though the difference may be minimal between 3711 and 3724, I want to make sure I do it correct... can you just confirm that you used 3711 "French Saison" as opposed to 3724 "Belgian Saison" Thank you so much and I will certainly update after I brew this sometime this week....

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3711 is the way to go.

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Old 07-06-2011, 01:45 PM   #130
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these are tasting really good at this point. i undercarbed a bit using 4.6oz for the whole batch, but given time it will carb up more probably.

these dont taste at all alcoholy to me and will definitely kick your ass if yuo aren't paying attention. i gave one to a friend who stopped by the other day who told me he hadnt eaten anything after he was done drinking it. needless to say, he had to stick around for awhile.

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