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Drunken Farmer All-Grain Imperial Saison Kit

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Drunken Farmer All-Grain Imperial Saison Kit

SKU: UBK10243

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Though it may not taste like it, this 11% ABV kit will get you drunker than a cow-tipping college kid.

Flavors are everything but boozy. Yeasty funk and crisp malt match up perfectly with a zip of hoppiness from French Aramis. Well-balanced, Drunken Farmer is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Details & Instructions

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Beer Style Saison / Farmhouse
Origin of Style Belgium
Color Light
Gravity Level High
Hop Rating (1-5) 3
Yeast Instructions

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One of the best strong ales I have ever had. Everyone loves this beer. I cant seem to make it fast enough!
November 25, 2016
1 year ago
This was the star of the party !!
This is great beer! I love the color and the head. Just enough hops to make it interesting. And this stuff will sneak up on you. With a little bit of tinkering on my part, I got a finished product that came out to 16.99abv. It will for sure sneak up on you.
November 14, 2016
Excellent farmhouse ale!
I have brewed this kit three times now. Great every time! Excellent farmhouse ale!
February 4, 2018
2 months ago
Drunken farmer
Awesome, thanks guys. Look forward to doing business with you.
March 13, 2016
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What's the grain bill? I want to make sure my mash system will handle it.
E L on Jan 22, 2016

No problem! The grain bill is:

Belgian Pilsner Malt 13 Lbs

Belgian Munich Malt 1.5 Lbs

Rahr White Wheat Malt 1.5 Lbs

Dingemans Cara 20 Malt 0.5 Lbs

Belgian Aromatic Malt 0.25 Lbs


Should I need to hydrate the yeast for this brew?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A good practice I have found when brewing high bac. hydrate the yeast with a yeast nutriant and some of the chilled wort. Let it start to work and grow about 15 mins before putting it to work. Also if you have a second packet of belle saison yeast, it wont hurt a thing and its cheap insurance .
Is it better to rehydrate the yeast for this brew(drunken farmer)?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have not made this batch yet. I cannot answer the question based on experience.
My interest in this product was to try brewing a batch where LME or DME was not involved. I do hope to get to it in the next 6 weeks, as chilling the brew bucket in snow seems to make the beer taste better.

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