Antithesis - Saison du Vin Extract Kit w/ Steeping Grains

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This mightily fruity hop-forward saison is like nothing you've had before - a paradoxical hybrid that will surprise you, and maybe make you rethink the line between beer and wine.

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Antithesis - Saison du Vin Extract Kit w/ Steeping Grains

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A pairing of opposites. The juxtaposition of contrasting ideas.The coming together of beer and wine.Thesis, antithesis, and synthesis yield this mightily fruity hop-forward saison that is like nothing you've had before. Sauvignon Blanc grape juice brings explosive flavors and aromas — green grass, tropical berries, Kaffir lime, and refreshing crisp acidity. This powerful grape is both balanced and enhanced by New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops and the wine-like character of French saison yeast. This is pure, wild, dynamic energy in a beer-wine hybrid - a fine balance achieved via contrasting flavors working together to create an Antithetical Synergy.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Beer Style Hybrid Beers, Trappist/Belgian Ale
Regional Style Belgian
Color Light
Original Gravity 1066
Total Time to Make 2 months
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On the Recipe instructions, it says 1.5 oz of hops at 20min on the ingredient list, but in the directions it says 15min. Any thoughts on which one is the correct one?
Keith K on May 16, 2015
Best Answer: Thanks for pointing that out! You should boil them for 15 minutes.
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Why do you recommend dry yeast during the summer months for this beer?
Jared W on May 2, 2015
Best Answer: During shipping, dry yeast can handle the high summer temperatures better than the liquid options. Even though we do offer ice packs for shipping liquid yeast, those often defrost during longer transit times.
Reply · Report · Bjorn BStaff on May 3, 2015
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