This is my first post, although I've been a member & lurker for a couple of years. I've been homebrewing out here in Oregon for about 20 years, trying almost every style, but only recently discovered Saisons after tasting a Red Barn ale in Calistoga CA. Wow! Definitely my new favorite beer. I've brewed 3 now, and I'm really attracted to the simplicity of the recipes and the impact the yeast has on the flavor of the beer. 12 lbs. Euro Pilsner, a little dose of noble hops, a Saison yeast, high fermentations temps and "Bob's your uncle". Unlike any other beer I've brewed. I'd be interested to hear about any dry hopping or other ingredients you all are using too.