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Old 01-19-2013, 11:42 AM   #11
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:00 PM   #12
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saison!!
Sorry, I spelled "Saison" wrong ... again :-p

I should probably stay after class and write it on the black board 100 times. Ha ha.


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Old 01-19-2013, 04:32 PM   #13
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Oh...no I wasn't trying to correct your spelling at all, that would be ****ing dickish. i hadn't actually noticed. I just get really excited about.................. saison!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2013, 08:41 PM   #14
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Oh...no I wasn't trying to correct your spelling at all, that would be ****ing dickish. i hadn't actually noticed. I just get really excited about.................. saison!!!!!!!!
it's one if my favorite styles as well. People correct my spelling more often than i would care to admit. I didn't think you were being a tool. Now I look like the fool. I was just trying to make light of my mistake.
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:28 AM   #15
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here's my favorite
4 gal
4lb 12oz maris otter
3lb 4oz ger 2 row
2lb ger wheat
6oz flaked wheat
mash at 154*
22g ekg @60
20g saaz @15
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Follow up........ Wats up fella's! So this morning I bottled the saison........ I got to say fermentation went for 3 weeks at around 78. I did add the extract as I bottled. now I plan to bottle condition for about 7 weeks the reason for it is the beer is going to be drink of choice at my bro's wedding as requested.

I definitely want to hear all of your feedback with the following.......
I really never liked corn sugar for bottling I like to experiment with different types of sugars........ honey, maple syrup, agave, and brown sugar... this is my first time actually using cane sugar........ Any thoughts or concern with it?
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this is my first time actually using cane sugar........ Any thoughts or concern with it?
None at all. I've experimented with a few different sugars. cane sugar is the cheapest and easiest to use and I have seen no difference in the finished product.
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Has anyone ever tried making a ginger beer with saison yeast?
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I have actually never tried a ginger beer and I'm curious as to how it tastes. but a ginger saison..... you maybe on to something.


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