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Brandon
06/03/11 03:52 PM  
Wyeast 3726 is back
Good news for Saison fans! I really like this strain. Mostly sentimental reasons...I used it in the first Belgian beer I ever made that I was really proud of.

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We are planning to release that in our 4th quarter this year, from October through December.

Glad you like it!

Valerie Elmgren

Customer Service and Sales Representative

Wyeast Laboratories, Inc.

P.O. Box 146

Odell, OR 97044 USA

danger
06/03/11 07:31 PM  
Re: Wyeast 3726 is back
i got the same response a few months ago. disappoint.
tom sawyer
06/06/11 09:29 AM  
Re: Wyeast 3726 is back
Seems like a strain better released in the spring quarter. Or do these things typically require some extended aging? I think of saison as more of a summer beer.
Brandon
06/06/11 02:44 PM  
Re: Wyeast 3726 is back
I agree with you on the summer thing. I do remember in Farmhouse Ales they would brew for the winter a stronger hoppier Saison.
WitSok
06/07/11 07:54 PM  
Re: Wyeast 3726 is back
Definately need to plate this yeast this time. Still my favorite for making saisons.
 
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