Back from NHC 2014, I find myself with 7 packs of dry Belle Saison yeast from Dan Star.
I did some research on the yeast, found that it attenuates like a man mad, getting down to 1.002 without a lot of effort. This works just as mom starts to bug me for beer.
A slightly hop forward take on a Saison. I have a small pile of Southern Hemisphere hops, so I decided to make Motueka and Wataku the stars of the this beer.
So the brew went well, besides being a few points shy, of course I have been chalking this up to working out the kinks in software and gear.
I always have my saisons ferment hot, and I find ambient temps just fun to run them.