Has anybody tried the Safbrew 33 dry yeast that is supposed to be good for belgians before? I want to try some liquid yeasts, but the idea of a started and having to plan 3 days in advance can sometimes be challenging. If its no good, i will defintely use one of the good belgian yeasts. Thanks!
PS I am planning on brewing a tripel or a dubbel, but will also eventually brew a wit.
Primary 1: SN Celebration Ale Clone
Primary 2: Empty
Kegged: BCB Haus Pale Ale
Bottled: Guinness Clone, Watermelon wheat, Westvleteren 12 Clone, Cottage House Saison, Cream of Three Crops, BM Helles Belles, Punk'toberfest, Santa Baby Holiday Ale, Kaiser Alt
Up next: BCB Rye IPA, Coconut porter, Bluebird bitter clone