I started looking seriously into your receipe.
Unfortunately, since I am just a newbie, and some of the therms are still somewhat vague, I would like to ask your help on translating this into something I can understand. If by any chance you speak French, it would ease things for me
I am looking at the price list from Moût International on the 40, in Montréal.
The price list is in French, and I would like to make sure I get the right things.
For the Pislner Malt, they have some from Gambrinus - that one was obvious.
For the roasted flaked oats, no problems either.
The flaked wheat, I found "Flocons de blé" from "Malterie OiO - Canada". Would that sound as the right thing?
For the 4oz of 135L (or Special B), I found something labeled "Crystal Spec.135/170" from "Malterie Hugh Bairds - UK". Would that be the right thing?
For the yeast, they only sell one type of dry yeast called Cooper's. The other yeasts they have are all liquid, but no brand or anything on the price list that I could relate to some specific brand. They have all kind of styles. Since it is a belgian beer, I would presume it to be a belgian yeast, but of which types? The have these: Belgian Wit Ale, Belgian Wit II, Bastone Belgian Ale, Belgian Strong Ale, Belgian Ale, Belgian Golden Ale, Belgian Ale Blend, Belgian Sour Mix. Would you happen to know which would be the "closest" match?
Sorry again, but I am starting and am a bit lost. I would realy appreciate your help.