Homebrewing Recipe: Patersbier with a Twist

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  1. Steve Peter says:

    What about St. Bernardus Pater 6? (http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/259/1856) It’s a bit high in ABV for a Patersbier, but you might consider it a commercial version.

    • Simply Beer says:

      @Steve, Could be… BA lists it as a dubbel and it does seem high in abv. also if you look at the other St. Bernardus beers with each step up in beer the name matches the a monk rank. pater is the lowest monk, then Prior… Abott (head of the Monastary). In this case I think pater refers to a monk title rather then style.

  2. I do a 90 minute boil, with the addition of honey or agave syrup! Mash at 148, for about 75 minutes, and also like to stir it up every 20 minutes. Belgian/Canadian Yeast. comes out to about 7% ABV.

    Like I said, very popular, and everyone begs for this beer.

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