Belgian partigyle?

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Egghead

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Has anyone ever done a partigyle of Belgian-style beers? If so, what was the grain bill, and what hops additions did you make to the big and little beers?
 

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The issue is that, for a lot of Belgian beers, you're filling out your OG with sugars, so your grain bills are comparatively smaller.
 

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The issue is that, for a lot of Belgian beers, you're filling out your OG with sugars, so your grain bills are comparatively smaller.
True, but I can see the reason the OP is getting at since if you start with around 12 LBS of grain for say a triple.

I have never done the partygyle, but have been throwing the idea around (in my head), but haven't had a chance to look into it yet.
 
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