Petite Saison d'Ete Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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This session-strength Saison of summer pours tawny-gold and perfumes the air with tangy yeast and pungent hop aromas. The flavor is lightly earthy with spicy, flowery hops and a grain-and-bread malt character; caramel malt dukes it out with Saaz and Styrian Goldings through the middle before a palate-cleansingly dry finish.

 

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Additional information

SKU

1940

Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1041

Total Time to Make 4 weeks
Regional Style Belgian
Alcohol Content Low
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Trappist/Belgian Ale
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions
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Customer Reviews

Based on 130 reviews
86%
(112)
12%
(16)
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Thomas L.
A Great Beer

The Petite Saison was the easiest beer I've brewed thus far (from a kit). It was a simple boil. Nothing tricky about the hops. The yeast worked as advertised. But I was expecting all of that.
What I was NOT expecting was what happened at the 4 week mark. Per the directions, there was no call for secondary fermentation. So, the beer went right in to the bottles (with the priming sugar of course) and then sat there for two weeks. I put three litres in the fridge and let them get nice and cold and cracked one open the next day. Wow! What a tasty brew! My woman and I stared at each other in amazement. We've both been all over the world for the US Navy, but maybe our opinions were jaded. So I took a litre to my neighbor, a retired US Army guy. Again, all over the world. He comes back and says, "That beer was great!"
You cannot go wrong with this kit. Get it. Brew it. Savor it. It will be well worth your time.

G
Greg S.
Brews great!

Brewed quick and Sat a little longer in primary than I wanted. It tastes great!

I
Ian A.
Petite SaisonD’Ete

Quite drinkable. Only tried one or two so far. I suspect they will be better in a week or two?

T
Tim
A not bad beer very quickly, but ...

If you want a brew from box to belly in under three weeks, this is it. It's fizzy, mild tasting and mild in alcohol, as advertised. Ferments incredibly fast .... 5 days for my basement at 71 degrees, Went from primary to the mixing bucket for priming sugar to bottle, then sat for two weeks to condition in bottle. Alcohol 3.9%, so drinkable all day, BUT. But this is a very cloudy yeasty (almost too yeasty) beer made this way. It will do the job to get beer fast, but from now on, I will primary ferment, let sit in secondary for a couple of weeks to settle, then bottle. This is worth another try for me, but trial one is pretty rough beer.

D
David K.
Great Summer Beer

Refreshing and loved by everyone I’ve given it to so far. Simple and easy, ready right at 4 weeks total.

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Petite Saison d'Ete Extract Beer Recipe Kit

Customer Reviews

Based on 130 reviews
86%
(112)
12%
(16)
2%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
T
Thomas L.
A Great Beer

The Petite Saison was the easiest beer I've brewed thus far (from a kit). It was a simple boil. Nothing tricky about the hops. The yeast worked as advertised. But I was expecting all of that.
What I was NOT expecting was what happened at the 4 week mark. Per the directions, there was no call for secondary fermentation. So, the beer went right in to the bottles (with the priming sugar of course) and then sat there for two weeks. I put three litres in the fridge and let them get nice and cold and cracked one open the next day. Wow! What a tasty brew! My woman and I stared at each other in amazement. We've both been all over the world for the US Navy, but maybe our opinions were jaded. So I took a litre to my neighbor, a retired US Army guy. Again, all over the world. He comes back and says, "That beer was great!"
You cannot go wrong with this kit. Get it. Brew it. Savor it. It will be well worth your time.

G
Greg S.
Brews great!

Brewed quick and Sat a little longer in primary than I wanted. It tastes great!

I
Ian A.
Petite SaisonD’Ete

Quite drinkable. Only tried one or two so far. I suspect they will be better in a week or two?

T
Tim
A not bad beer very quickly, but ...

If you want a brew from box to belly in under three weeks, this is it. It's fizzy, mild tasting and mild in alcohol, as advertised. Ferments incredibly fast .... 5 days for my basement at 71 degrees, Went from primary to the mixing bucket for priming sugar to bottle, then sat for two weeks to condition in bottle. Alcohol 3.9%, so drinkable all day, BUT. But this is a very cloudy yeasty (almost too yeasty) beer made this way. It will do the job to get beer fast, but from now on, I will primary ferment, let sit in secondary for a couple of weeks to settle, then bottle. This is worth another try for me, but trial one is pretty rough beer.

D
David K.
Great Summer Beer

Refreshing and loved by everyone I’ve given it to so far. Simple and easy, ready right at 4 weeks total.