Hey, so I'd like to brew up a sessionable belgian pale ale, but the only yeast strains available to me are both trappist high gravity style. I've looked around recipes for enkels and other session ales, which mostly seem to tend towards WLP515 or 550.
Could I brew up an enkel and ferment it with the 3787/500 or would it not turn out? could I then rack it and pitch a dubbel/tripel on the yeast cake? should I still make a starter for the enkel if I pitch a dubbel/triple afterwards? should I mash higher (around 155 rather than 152) to prevent it from drying out as much? sorry for all the questions, but I'm sort of in the dark on this and REALLY want to get some funky belgians going on.