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mudman:

--- Quote from: morticaixavier on December 04, 2012, 07:18:36 PM ---Kind of depends on the recipe. pretty low but if it's all grain mashed low with a low OG it's not that low. s-05 is a workhorse for sure not like a belgian saison yeast but still a pretty good chugger.

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So here is the recipe (don't laugh, I am a noob and made it up) :D

6 lbs  Amber LME
.75 lbs Wheat berries
1 lbs 2 row
.25 lbs Rolled oats
.5 lbs Wild rice
1.5 lbs Honey

2 oz Hallertau pellet hops

1st cereal mashed the wild rice and wheat berries, then mashed all the grains at 155 for 70 minutes. 

morticaixavier:

--- Quote from: mudman on December 04, 2012, 08:21:15 PM ---
--- Quote from: morticaixavier on December 04, 2012, 07:18:36 PM ---Kind of depends on the recipe. pretty low but if it's all grain mashed low with a low OG it's not that low. s-05 is a workhorse for sure not like a belgian saison yeast but still a pretty good chugger.

--- End quote ---
So here is the recipe (don't laugh, I am a noob and made it up) :D

6 lbs  Amber LME
.75 lbs Wheat berries
1 lbs 2 row
.25 lbs Rolled oats
.5 lbs Wild rice
1.5 lbs Honey

2 oz Hallertau pellet hops

1st cereal mashed the wild rice and wheat berries, then mashed all the grains at 155 for 70 minutes.

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Yup, that honey is going to dry the beer right out. actually looks like a nice american farmhouse/saison recipe. I would be interested to hear what happens with a different yeast with that bill.

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