As one of the few highly flocculent Belgian ale strains, Belgian Ale A is thought to originate from a Wallonian brewery whose reputation dwarfs the small village in which it is located. It makes a great Belgian house strain. It is brewery friendly, crops easily and has a well-rounded flavor profile with balanced fruitiness and phenolics. Esters increase with upward temperatures.
65–78° F (18–26° C)
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