Blonde Ale, diacetyl question

Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by AnPeter90, Jan 18, 2017.

  1. AnPeter90

    AnPeter90 New Member

    Hi there, I finally got to taste part of the batch of Kal´s Blonde Ale recipe. I made 5 gallons with Safale US-05 and the other with Saflager W-34/70.

    About the part of the brew I fermented with Saflager W-34/70, my wife and me we both agree that the diacetyl is a bit to high, you can taste it quite strongly. Is this how the recipe is supposed to be, I fermented it just as asked in the recipe, or is there a problem with my fermentation process?

    For now I am into my third batch, just making Kal´s recipes, as I get used to making my own brews.

    Thanks in advance for your replies...