In this episode, we continue on the Belgians subject we started previously by focusing on one of the most commonly brewed summer styles: The Saison. BJCP category 25B under the Strong Belgian Ales. It’s a style that goes well with lack of temperature control and ends up nicely dry and refreshing, while retaining a large amount of crisp flavor character. Making it perfectly fit for summer brewing.

We also discuss some new brew tech Brandon found in the Plaato airlock and how it measures your fermentation based on CO2 production. So, be sure to check out his BrewwithBrando Facebook page to see his results on his experiments and stay tuned for further discussion on the product.

Plus, we cover the details of our recent mash temperature experiments, where we brewed two versions of two different recipes at the low and high end of the temperature range to test the differences in flavor and body on our local homebrew club, the Cap and Hare. The discussion runs hard on the reasons for the difference, so hopefully you enjoy!

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