Seven Blessings Rye Saison Update #1: Let’s Get Funky!

It took me almost 4 weeks, but here’s an update on my Seven Blessings Rye Saison (click here for footage of brew day). First I talk about how primary fermentation went and taste a gravity sample. Then I split the batch by racking it into 2 three-gallon Better Bottle carboys, one of which I add dried apricots and Brettanomyces Bruxellensis to. Hence, this video’s title…Once I bottle the “clean” half of this batch I’ll film and post another update. Cheers!

Beer Stats:

O.G. 1.070, F.G. (post-primary) 1.002, ABV (post-primary): 8.93%.

Batch Split: A. 3 gallons w/ 1.25 lbs of dried apricots (rehydrated) and WLP 650 – Brettanomyces Bruxellensis B. About 2.5 gallons – base / “clean” beer.

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NJ (formerly NYC) based home brewer and craft beer enthusiast sharing his brewing and imbibing adventures on thebrewedpalate.com. "Spreading the messages of craft beer one palate at a time."
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One Response to Seven Blessings Rye Saison Update #1: Let’s Get Funky!

  1. Pingback: Homebrew Wednesday 39: Two side to the coin (craft beer and homebrewing updates) | The Brewed Palate

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