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Old 16-07-2017, 09:55 PM   #11
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@BeerCat said he had really good results with the CML kolsch yeast. So a lot cheaper than WLP029
Its a clean yeast. Last time i used it i didnt use finings and it did not drop clear. Very Lager like though, i just like mine very dry so still experimenting. Next time use it would like more attenuation so will mash at 64c.
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