- Jul 12, 2017
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So, despite knowing better, I had extra ingredients around and I decided to brew a new batch the day I was racking over my Saison. For the Saison I used the WY3711 (I washed and saved this too, because it is the most fantastic strain). After racking into the secondary and adding my Brett I decided not to waste all the glorious trub and I just put the new brew on top. The new brew is a Kolsch style, some carapils, wheat, munich, lightly hopped early in the boil... but it definitely has a lower gravity than the Saison. What problems should I expect from this? The Kolsch is fermenting quite vigorously, as it is probably way over-pitched. I was thinking about racking it over after a few days to get it off the slurry as soon as possible. Thoughts? Thanks for the advice!