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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH

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  • CRAFT RECIPE OF THE MONTH

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    • Holy cr@p that’s quick!! Changed my way of thinking. A bit of treat em mean keep em keen in that respect.
    • Never heard of it. I'll try it one day. There's some surprisingly good reviews of those Tun beers on uncle Dan's website too. Can't see myself trusting them too much though...
    • Interesting hop ratios there Jools, I wonder what was Brewdog's thinking behind that?
    • @Mikes15 I havr only brewed one saison and it was this one with this yeast. I started at18 for 2 days and then let it free rise (in summer) and it got to 24C.   Reading the packet I ramped it up 2C each day and finished at 30-31C. m29 attenuated to near 1.000 so it was a 7.2% beer after carbonation!   Would do it again like this with this yeast. Had a great flavour with a touch of funk, but not overly. I don't like my saisons too horse-like. This yeast suits my palate perfectly at this temp schedule 
    • Just threw in the biggest dry hop I have ever done. 82.5g Citra, 55g Simcoe and 69g Mosaic. 206.5g in total. It's Brewdogs Dead Pony Club Session IPA recipe.   I put this ina mega hop bag and will yank it out after 3-4 days. These hops are likely to absorb a lot of beer which is a shame. I'm not going to squeeze the beer out of the hops. Last time I did that with a big dry hop I had astrigency and an overbitter flavour to the beer. I don't recall it being like that pre-dry hop So cold Crash from Sunday evening and will report back how much aroma and bitterness this mega dry hop has added 
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