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Happy Feet
07/07/12 11:42 AM  
Super Saisons
Looking at making a Moinette Blond Clone

This is what I know thus far:

8.5 Alc/volume

pilsner malt - not sure about sugar additions

3 hop additions: Trying to figure out the IBU and hop varieties

Not sure about colour

Bel. Saison yeast

If anyone could help out in the recipe formulation, that would be fantastic.

Thanks!

brewinhard
07/08/12 07:16 PM  
Re: Super Saisons
There is a good specialty (super) saison recipe in Phil Markowski's Farmhouse Ales book I believe. You should check that one out for starters.

Last year I made a killer dark saison (around 16 SRM) dosed with Brett B. and Fantome dregs that took a few medals in the Belgian Specialty category in various comps. The beer aged about 7 mos in a keg with the wild yeast and then was beergunned for the comps. Really enjoyed the change in profile of the beer as the brett slowly took hold (even when kept at 35F!!).

 
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