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Old 04-27-2013, 05:11 PM   #21
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Looks real good ChshreCat! I'm keeping this in the forefront. I wouldn't want to mess with it too much, but I'm thinking of maybe using this as a base and adding a little here a little there. I just want something that starts a little extreme green but ages into something amazing, though that might be a little ambitious. How long did this last/what was the oldest one you tasted and how did it compare to when it was young?
I've opened them after 2 years and they were fantastic.


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Old 09-26-2013, 04:04 PM   #22
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I've opened them after 2 years and they were fantastic.
Finally back in business brewing after moving and settling into working in a hospital. I'm going to brew this today Chshre, thanks for the recipe! I have a floor corker so I'm gonna get all fancy and bottle it in Belgian bottles with cages just for a little somethin, somethin. I'll let you know how it turns out. I'll probably taste one in a few months after it carbs and save the rest for graduation!


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Default Thanks again, graduation almost here!

Graduation is coming up in May, but I match into residency sooner than that, so the time is almost here for opening the saison I bottled a little over a year ago (10/31/13).

I bottled 12 in Belgian bottles with corks and cages and the rest went in Grolsch bottles that I have been tasting along the way. The beer has been phenomenal and I can't thank you enough ChshreCat.

I did change the name slightly (I hope you don't mind) and I wont market the recipe as my own.

I called it Saison PrÍte, meaning "ready" or "prepared" since it's aged and like the students "ready" to enter residency, this beer is "ready" to be drank.

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Very nice! I have nothing to add other than I started homebrewing during med school, gave it up during residency, and started again after graduation. Very happy I got back into it!

From your beer choice and your graphic expertise, it sounds like you are a little more advanced than I was (and am <g>)

Best of luck, hope the beer comes out well!
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