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Saison like Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale

Gestart door Wamser, 04-01-2012 14:37 u

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Wamser

Hi Brewfriend,

Success in 2012 !!!  :biersmile:

I'm planning brew a season style
In my travel to US I drank this beer and received some information of brewmaster

http://www.boulevard.com/BoulevardBeers/tank-7-farmhouse-ale
http://www.boulevard.com/BoulevardBeers/saison-brett

Recipe.

Batch Size: 20,00 L
Brewhouse Efficiency: 75,00
Original Gravity: 1,074 SG
Final Gravity: 1,011 SG
Alcohol by Vol: 8,24 %
Bitterness: 38,7 IBU
Est Color: 6,0 SRM

Fermentables
4,45 kg Pale Malt (Weyermann) (3,3 SRM) Grain 70,63 %
1,20 kg Wheat Malt, Pale (Weyermann) (2,0 SRM) Grain 19,05 %
0,45 kg Wheat, Flaked (1,6 SRM) Grain 7,14 %
0,20 kg Corn, Flaked (1,3 SRM) Grain 3,17 %

Hops
5,00 gm Saaz [4,00 %] (90 min) (First Wort Hop) Hops 2,4 IBU
28,30 gm Tradition [6,00 %] (75 min) Hops 17,9 IBU
5,00 gm Simcoe [13,00 %] (30 min) Hops 5,0 IBU
13,00 gm Tradition [6,00 %] (22 min) Hops 5,1 IBU
15,00 gm Amarillo Gold [8,50 %] (22 min) Hops 8,3 IBU
25,00 gm Amarillo Gold [8,50 %] (0 min) Hops - 

Decoction Mash
35 min Protein Rest Add 26,29 L of water at 52,5 C 50,0 C
45 min Saccharification Decoct 11,15 L of mash and boil it 68,3 C
10 min Mash Out Heat to 75,6 C over 10 min 75,6 C

Yeast
Primary
 - WLP566 Belgian Saison II Yeast
 - 5 days (20º C)

Secundary
 - WLP670 American Farmhouse Blend
 - 3 Days (18º C)

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MM

The decoction mash seems a bit out of place for a Belgian Ale. Why do you want to use one?

The remaining part of your recipe's looks very tastefull.

RobinB

I wouldn't use two yeasts for primary and secondary fermentation.
Just pick one, if you want a fast one, try the French saison yeast.

I agree with MM, the decoction seems out of place. Dupont uses a continuous rising infusion mash (if that is translated correctly).

dennis

Citaat van: RobinB op 04-01-2012  19:59 uI wouldn't use two yeasts for primary and secondary fermentation.
Just pick one, if you want a fast one, try the French saison yeast.

I agree with MM, the decoction seems out of place. Dupont uses a continuous rising infusion mash (if that is translated correctly).


That was my first reaction too. It looks as if the original uses this combination too, so that's where it is coming from I guess.

For an original saison I would look to Dupont, probably use the Wyeast belgian yeast and ferment at least at 30 degrees celcius.
In little more than a week we hope to know more about yeasts to use for an Avec les bons Voeux kind of beer. A group of home brewers here tried to clone Avec les bons Voeux with three yeasts: bottle propagated, Wyeast belgian, Wyeast french.

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