My go to fall weather beer while doing yard work in the fall when the temperature is crisp is my ESB in a mason jar. What do you people drink
Mine would have to be either weizenbock or my winter saison. That I add alittle spice or two to
I would have to say a dunkleweisen.
Now those are two styles I haven’t brewed I’ll have to put them on my list
I had an Erdinger (?) Dunkelwiesen many years ago… My nephew was flying all over the world and brought back a couple of bottles … It was a very smooth wheat offering, one style of wheat I did enjoy… hhhhmmm, I’ve enough chocolate wheat for a Doppelbock and perhaps a try at this? Sneezles61
Would you mind sharing that winter saison recipe? Thank you.
Here is the Winter Saison recipe
12 lbs German Pilsner Malt
1 lbs Wheat Malt
1 lb Rye Malt
1 lb CaraRed
2 oz. Midnight Wheat
2 oz. Carafa II
1 oz. East Kent Goldings 60 minutes
1 oz. East Kent Goldings 30 minutes
0.75 coriander 5 minuites
0.5 tsp white pepper 5 minutes
1 oz. Saaz at flameout
Yeast: Wyeast 3711 French Saison Yeast
Mash all grains for 75 minutes at 150 degrees.
Ferment 68 degrees 4 days and let it free rise till finished
In the Fall, I really like a cider or my Graf. Of course an Oktoberfest isn’t so bad either. Then there’s my Alts. And an occasional lighter Kolsch or German Pilsner. And when it starts getting chillier I really like a Bock… Oh hell, I’ll drink anything.
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I’m enjoying a Graf as I write this. Thanks again for the recipe, Jim!