Summer Saison

I haven’t brewed a saison yet this year so I wanted to brew a fairly simply, dry, low ABV saison for warmer weather. My fermentation chamber is also full, so I wanted to brew a beer that could ferment at warmer temps. This is a fairly simple recipe where I think the Vienna malt and EKG hops will shine. Sticking fairly traditional here with malt/hop selections but will dry hop for a little something extra. Haven’t used Imperial’s Rustic strain. I guess it’s the Wyeast Farmhouse yeast which is fairly popular. I’ve had great luck with French Saison yeast but looking to change it up this time.

OG – 1.050
FG – 1.010
ABV – 5.3%
IBU – 30
SRM – 3.3

German Pils – 4lbs.
Belgian Pils – 2.5 lbs.
Vienna – 1.5 lbs
Flaked Wheat – 1 lbs
Dextrose – 8 oz. @ end

Magnum (11.8%) – 0.5 oz. @ 60
EKG – 1 oz. @ 15
EKG – 2 oz. @ end
EKG – 2 oz @ Dry Hop (5 days)

Imperial B-56 Rustic – 1L starter

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About dustball44

husband and father pastor @ the evergreen community homebrewer and beer enthusiast
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