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dry yeast for biere de mars

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hospter81:
do you think this style is like a belgian kolsch version both in taste and aroma?

erockrph:
I think of this style as a maltier/less spicy Saison. I wonder if T-58 would be a good yeast for this if you keep the temp in the mid 60's.

redbeerman:

--- Quote from: erockrph on January 03, 2013, 08:27:41 AM ---I think of this style as a maltier/less spicy Saison. I wonder if T-58 would be a good yeast for this if you keep the temp in the mid 60's.

--- End quote ---

Maybe the low 60's.  T-58 will produce bubblegum esters if the temps get too high in a higher OG beer.

reverseapachemaster:
Biere de mars are very commonly fermented with lager yeast. There should be little to no yeast character. If you are going to use an expressive yeast then ferment it cool in the low 60s to restrain yeast character but allow a small amount through.

mpietropaoli:
whoops.  I have a batch going right now w/ WY 3711 french saison (lowish - 64 degrees).  waste of saison yeast?  Farmhouse Ales says that you can use a wide range of yeasts for this style. 

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