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Old 05-06-2016, 07:56 AM   #1
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Default Liquid Yeast strains and comparison

From mr Malty but having it right here is useful

http://www.mrmalty.com/yeast.htm
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I use that chart quite a bit when looking into strains
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Not sure about how accurate some of the breweries are. The one I know has been discredited and doesn't make sense anyway is London ale III being boddingtons. Though I used it in my boddies and it was a pretty good clone.
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I can remember several years ago the author Graham Wheeler going through that list in some detail and came to the conclusion most are wrong. He did a lot of research of his own and worked with a lot of the brewery's named.
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Some seem to be derived from a particular brewery but have maybe changed a bit or they're one of a multi strain culture. The saison yeasts are meant to be like that.
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