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De Belge Farmhouse IPA beer kit is unlike any Belgian ale you’ve had before - aggressively bitter, roundly Belgian, brilliantly aromatic. Reminiscent of Orval (pick up some Brett. B to add that special character) before they scrubbed the calcium deposits off the coppers. Built on a base of Belgian pils with a small percentage of torrefied wheat to fill out the body and add a suggestion of creaminess, then hopped to high levels with European gems (Brewer's Gold and Hallertau, anyone?) and rippling with rich yeast fruitiness. Back before the world caught on to the brilliance of Wallonian saison, brewers were wont to over-hop as their hearts dictated. Here we attempt to capture their joie de houblon, and bring full circle the versatility of "old" hop varieties.
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Beer Kit Yield 3 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here! Beer Style IPA Regional Style Belgian Color Light Original Gravity 1060 Total Time to Make 4 weeks
Browse 1 question and 5 answersShow all answers | Sort byHello, I'm looking to try BIAB brewing, coming from extract brewing. I've done a fair amount of extract brewing, and I'm used to 5-gallon yields. I don't have the equipment to accommodate 3-gallon yields (3-gallon carboy, etc.). My instinct tells me to simply order two of these kits (yields 6-gallons) and brew them together at the same time using my existing equipment (I have a FastFerment conical fermentor which can accommodate up to 7.5 gallons).
Is there something that I'm missing or not understanding? Is it recommended to stick with a 3-gallon batch, or is it as simple as purchasing two BIAB kits and brewing them at the same time on brew day?
Best regards.De Belge Farmhouse IPA BIAB All Grain KitBest Answer: I did mine using my 5 gallon equipment with no difficulty. Although I do have a 3 Gal carboy, I just used my bigger one.
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