I heard a similar podcast from basic brewing radio. They went to about 14% abv with 1056. They were talking about the citrus and floral qualities. It got me very excited. they theorized that the distinct esters that added to the character were from pushing the yeast past it's stated alcohol tolerence of 11%. They said they acomplished this by adding plenty of nutrients.
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