- Jan 27, 2016
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I’ve recently bought the dry Lallemand Belgian yeast to see what it’s like, but I’ve been disappointed with all the other Belgian yeasts I’ve tried so not holding out much hope. Bizarrely I’ve found that my paler Belgian style beers have been more forgiving than my attempt at a Dubbel when using the dry yeasts.I quite like Belgian Blonde ale but have never brewed one because I understand that this style requires liquid yeast to contribute to flavour. Is that correct or could I use dry yeast for this style?