DetailsThe adventurous beer drinkers lawnmower beer. This farmhouse saison style is light, crisp and refreshing, perfect after a bout with the mower. The orange peel and coriander add a refreshing zest with a peppery finish from the Grains of Paradise. Liquid yeast recommended.
Ingredients: 6 lbs. domestic Pilsner malt, 5 lbs. White Wheat malt, 8 oz. Cara-20, 8 oz. Unmalted Wheat, 3 oz. of hops, 1 lb. Clear Candi Sugar, tsp. Grains of Paradise, 1 oz. bitter orange peel, oz. whole coriander, priming sugar, and yeast.
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4.8 / 5.025 ReviewsI make this every yearLike blue moon or shocktop? This beer is significantly better. I brew it every slurring and it disappears quicklyJuly 29, 2016Great summer beerThis was my first all grain beer that my Dad and I ever made. I came in with low expectations as I wanted to start with something lite and easy to drink in the summer. Absolutely exceeded my expectations. Fantastic and refreshing beer. I plan on brewing this again in the spring so I have it ready for the start of summerAugust 7, 2012Really good.This was my second all grain beer and i wanted a nice guide. Hard to mess this one up. Any small off flavors taken over by the orange and coriander. I would order this.January 11, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat Summer BrewWow what a awesome brew. I have had numerous complements on it and will brew it again next spring. Finished very nice, dry and crisp. highly recommended!September 4, 2010Great beerI brewed this beer in 2009 and 2010 and it won blue ribbons both years in BJCP category 16C at the Arkansas State Fair. The 2010 entry also placed second in Best if Show._x000D_Everybody asks me when I'll have another batch of the Saison.December 14, 2010Great refreshing flavor with substanceThe taste of the spices with the slight tartness good great together. Brewed this for our summer party along side a keg of belgian blonde and the keg was emptied.June 21, 2011Legit Saison RecipeThis was my first all grain batch and the beer turned out amazing. Great color, aroma, flavor, pretty much everything turned out better than I could have imagined. The beer finishes really nice and dry I made a starter of the Wyeast Belgian Saison 3724 and then just pitched the dry yeast that came with the kit directly into the primary. with good fermentation control I took it from 1.059 to 1.005 in one week. Bottled after nine days and at four weeks after brewing I have already drank every last bit of it. I definitely recommend trying this kit out, I know I will again.September 12, 2011ExcellentI don't know Saisons, but I know that this is one of my favorite beers. Like most beers, improves with a little aging. Give the flavors a chance to meld. I kegged mine and let it sit at 38*F for 1mo. before tapping (patience-brew enough so you have something else to drink). I used Wyeast Belgian Wheat at about 67-68*F and finished at 1.008. ABV-6%. I really like this yeast, It works great for this lightly spiced Belgian. Dry enough to be refreshing and enhances the spices without being overly estery.November 24, 2011WowWow, I love this beer. I will be brewing this one again. My only complaint is that it doesnt come in a ten gallon kit.April 1, 2012Good Lawnmower beerI like to brew this for the summer._x000D_I used the White Labs Belgian Wit Ale #400 liquid yeast._x000D_Slight spicey taste from the yeast.November 25, 2012
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