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White Labs Yeast - 568 Belgian Style Saison Ale

White Labs Yeast - 568 Belgian Style Saison Ale


This blend melds Belgian style ale and saison strains. The strains work in harmony to create complex, fruity aromas and flavors. The blend of yeast strains encourages complete fermentation in a timely manner. Phenolic, spicy, earthy, and clove like flavors are also created.

Style Performance Listing

A listing of how this style ranks amongst different brew styles, on a scale from 0 to 4.

Style Rating Style Rating
Dubbel 3 Trippel 4
Spiced Ales 2 Grand Cru 2
Other High Gravity 3 Christmas Beers 2
Specialty Beers 2 Saisons 3


Feedback and experiences from previous customers. 


By: Lance | Date: Jul., 31st 2015 | Beer(s) Brewed: Saison with basil


Perfect yeast for this, the spice of the yeast and the basil is fantastic. Cleared out, dropped from 1.058 to 1.008 in a little over a week at 18 to 26c in the end. I'll sure again.



By: David L | Date: Aug., 18th 2014 | Beer(s) Brewed: Saison


So this yeast did wonders for a saison I brewed. Some great spice and funk at the end and finished with virtually no residual sugars. I think I may have gotten a little brett in there from a previous brew, which may account for the 1.000 gravity reading but the yeast itself performed marvelously and the end result was super clear and pretty!



By: Ben D | Date: Jun., 7th 2014 | Beer(s) Brewed: Belgian Pale Ale


I used this in a Belgian pale kit from MoreBeer that I brewed a week ago. Just took a gravity reading and it's down to my estimated final gravity, and most of all is flat out delicious. Not carbed, cold or cleared, yeast charecter is there but not overpowering. I ended up using this blend purely because my LHBS was out of all other belgian yeast varietys, at the time I was bummed but now I'm glad it worked out this way. I will be using this more often in the future.



By: Ron B. | Date: Aug., 5th 2013 | Beer(s) Brewed: pale ale


I brewed a "Belgian pale ale" with this yeast. It was an experiment and greatly exceeded expectations. In fact it was probably the best beer I have brewed, and my friends who don't generally drink Belgian beer all love this one. I call it Belgian pale ale because I used significant hops, and no sugars. (Ingredients included dextrine malt, Belgian biscuit, Weyermann Carafa malt, and Briess light DME.) Like other Belgian yeasts from White Labs, this fermented quickly and thoroughly at about 80 F

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