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mdma is right, your question is a little confusing. You already described what you get when you ferment lager yeast at warm temps - A California Common (or Steam beer). California Common is typically very malty with fruity notes, and generally a good amount of hob bitterness. When you ferment Ale yeast warm you get a saison. You can expect a whole lot of ...
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