I was originally toying with saison and have a decent recipe that I have done before ready to go. I wanted to try something different and basically do an IPA/saison hybrid but decided against it. Maybe I should reconsider saison...
That's something I have planned for this summer myself. I'm surprised that this hybrid style hasn't been popping up all over. I'm thinking that since saisons finish so dry, then a Saison yeast would be a perfect fit for an IPA if you matched up the right hops.
So I have only brewed about 15 batches of beer. Would like to do a Saison. Any of you guys mind sharing an easy all grain recipie? I cannot control my temps very much either. Everything I brew is fermented at about 67-69 degrees.
My house saison is:
60 mins: 25 IBU using the noble hop of your choice
flameout: 1-2 oz of noble hops
WY3711 in the mid-to-upper 60's for 3 weeks.