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816guy
02/12/13 07:39 PM  
White Labs Saison II
Curious if anyone knows of the origins or commercial source of the WL Saison II strain. I'm have a slurry of it, but wanted to see if I could read about the origins to find a good fit for it.
terroir
02/13/13 04:11 PM  
Re: White Labs Saison II
Pretty sure it is just a different isolate from Dupont than Saison I.

We love it, same dupont character, but it actually ferments beer.

-Gerard

816guy
02/13/13 10:19 PM  
Re: White Labs Saison II
Thank you, terroir. From your experience, do you have any suggestions that worked well for you with this yeast -- aside from the recommendations from White Labs?
terroir
02/15/13 11:37 PM  
Re: White Labs Saison II
we pitch around mid 60s, no temp control; gets from low 70s to mid 80s depending on gravity and season. With a healthy pitch, usually done fermenting in about 48 hours. We mash real low, attenuates to about 1-1.5 plato. Can take a lil while to clear up, but these beers taste great with or without some haze.
 
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