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Offline dls5492

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Saisonstein's Monster (Omega OYL 500)
« on: June 28, 2023, 02:41:07 pm »
I will be brewing my saison soon. This will be the first time using Saisonstein's Monster from Omega. Does anyone have any tips, advice they would like to share? Thanks
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Re: Saisonstein's Monster (Omega OYL 500)
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2023, 03:25:09 pm »
I had a good one Sunday at a local brewpub, which said it used Omega's Saisonstein's Monster.  I tried to get more specifics, but was only told it was pitched in the mid 60's and allowed to free rise from there into the mid 70's.  It was an extremely clean, (very low, yet perceptible, clove/phenols/bubblegum) and well made Saison in my opinion.  I made a Saison with Omega's Saisonstein back in 2015-16 or so and it was a good beer that was highly drinkable (from vague recollection, I would have started it in the low 60's and allowed it to rise into the upper 60's).
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