A couple of four years ago, I heard about this style emerging and being the dinosaur that I am, I decreed it blasphemy. Then last year I tasted Urthel Hopit and I was truly blown away. I know there are domestics(craft brews) out there now that are quite tasty that I haven't had a chance to taste. So, I decided I need to snap out of my own self imposed style guideline prison and brew one up. My thoughts have been scattered to say the least. I don't want to make any "copy cat" brews(Not that there's anything wrong with that!) so, I keep going back and forth....I've already got the grain bill down...standard Belgian Triple with just a "kiss" of Munich and of course white cane sugar for the dry finish. Do I make one with a bitter backbone showcasing Noble hops or do I just rip into it and do something like an all American "C" rendition? It's tough to be a homebrewer these daze! Oh yeah, I'll be using WLP550 Trappist....anyone try one of these using Saison or Wit?