Late to the thread, not really relevant, but anecdotal and about dry Belgian yeasts.....
My local brew shop in a Montana town is actually just a wing of an Ace Hardware store, so there.
Their yeast and hops selection isn't much. I have been using the Belle Saison yeast and have not been overly impressed with it. Too peppery, some medicinal, no fruity esters. I have been using it in 1.045 to 1.070 beers mainly.
I brewed a 1.055 blond in April, same result. Drinkable, but no wow factor. Then I brewed a 1.080 tripel, split it with the WLP trappist blend and the Belle Saison yeast cake. Wow! Really nice beer. Fruitiness dominates over spiciness.
Just my two cents worth.