Here is the outcome of the Brew Hut's Belgian Blonde recipie.
- 7 lb LME - Pilsner
- 0.5 lb Cara-Pils
- 0.5 lb Belgian Munich Malt
- 0.25 lb Belgian Caravienne Malt
- 1 lb candi Sugar, Clear (add last 10 min)
- 1 oz Saaz (60 min)
- 0.5 oz Styrian Golding (30 min)
- 0.5 oz Styrian Golding (10 min)
- 1 pkg Safbrew Specialty Ale T-58 yeast (60 - 72°F)
It smelled great while it was brewing. The beer tastes like a really good Blue Moon, except without the orange flavor. I don't know why we ended up so under gravity. We were supposed to be at 6.8% and we ended at 3.2%. I think it was our fermenting temperature. The room sometimes dropped to 60°F.