Originally Posted by andrea93
1010 measured original gravity? i hope this is an error!!
Beersmith likes to give wonky "measured" numbers for gravity readings and volumes when you create a recipe. The OP is asking for a recipe critique, it's quite clear that the beer hasn't been brewed yet...
As for the recipe: take anything I have to say with several grains of salt, since I A) have never had a Saison (credit that to living in China) B) have never had Tank 7 and C) have never made a Saison.
That said, there's a Tank 7 clone recipe here
and it's a little over 30% wheat, and even that is wheatier than most Saison recipes. Yours is over 80% wheat. I'm not one of those well-informed or experienced brewers who can tell you what that'll do to your beer, but it's likely to turn out vastly different from the Tank 7 you're trying to approximate.
Also, why the dash of flaked corn? That seems like more of a light lager ingredient than Saison material. What are you trying to accomplish with it?
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. It's been known to happen.
Primary: Hothead Caramel Amber Ale
Secondary: Osmanthus Mead
Bottled: Four Caveats Oatmeal Porter, November 2014 RIS, Next Winter Barleywine, 'Name Pending' House IPA, Osmanthus and Sichuan Peppercorn Saison (桂花花椒赛松)
Bottle Aging: Bochet, Baby Bochet
Coming Up: ???
Hops: Citra, Cascade, Simcoe, Caliente, Hüll Melon, Lemon Drop, Pacifica, Sorachi Ace