I just used this yeast for the first time. I brewed 10 gallons of saison, 90% pils/10% munich, and overshot my gravity and ended up at 1.065 OG (damn you Avangard pilsner malt). I split the batch into two primaries, one with two packets of Belle saison, the other with a 1.5 L starter of WY3726 farmhouse.
I started fermenting in the mid 60s for 10 days, then attached a brew belt and heated it up to 75 for another 20 days. Yesterday I kegged them both. The 3726 had dropped clear, had a wonderful pepper and fruit flavor going for it. Its terminal gravity was 1.005.
The Belle version was cloudy. It was peppery, but kind of one dimensional compared to the 3726. Of course, judging a yeasty flat beer isn't indicative of the final product. Its final gravity was 1.000(!)
I racked them as yesterday I brewed the Saison d'Hiver recipe posted in another thread, and pictched it on the two yeast cakes. This time I undershot the gravity - 1.075. This morning, the 3726 was merrily bubbling away, while the Belle bucket had blown its lid. Which I can't recall ever seeing that happen before.