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Old 19-03-2016, 02:00 PM   #11
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You mean the conan strain?
No idea, I'm afraid. Sorry! Just got the info from these reviews:


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They released an Imperial Stout in 750ml - �£14 a bottle though

Don't think I'll be buying any!

I'm all over that vermont strain if it's the conan yeast. Malt miller have it but it's £7.38. There's a independant off liscense type shop near me that I noticed had a board saying they had cloud water beer in soon/recently (cant remember which). I think the vermont strain will be perfect for my Peckham Pale ales. I'm culturing up the shepard neame strain at the mo but I'll deffo do the vermont strain after- cheers!
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@machin05 I just watched the first vid and he said that it's the same yeast as in Heady topper beer which is the conan strain. So that'll save me 7 quid. I'm on it like a car bonnet
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@machin05 I just watched the first vid and he said that it's the same yeast as in Heady topper beer which is the conan strain. So that'll save me 7 quid. I'm on it like a car bonnet
Awesome! Glad it helped

Bear in mind that only the Vermont ESB is bottle conditioned.
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Hardly gospel, but Cloudwater have just 'liked' the following tweet that was in reply to my original question - https://twitter.com/JollyGoodBeer/st...88080837918722
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I came across a Great British Beer Festival Programme from 2013 which I had forgotten about. In it were several 'Real Ale in Bottles', or RAIBs to CAMRA folk, bottle conditioned to the rest of us. I have checked those listed in the OP against this and these are the ones that are not on our list i.e. additional. I have no way of knowing whether they are still bottled conditioned or not, or even still available.
Beowulf (Staffs) - Dragon Smoke Stout 5.3%
Conwy (N W Wales) - Clogwyn Gold 3.6%
Harveys (E. Sussex) - Imperial Extra Double Stout 9%
Hopshackle (Lincs) - Restoration 9%
Marble (Gtr Man) - Chocolate Marble 5.3%
Marble ( Gtr Man) - Lagonda IPA 5%
Neath (Glam) - Black 5.5%
O'Hanlons (Devon) - Port Stout 4.8%
Old Bear (W Yorks) - Black Mari'a 4.2%
Spire (Derbys) Sgt Pepper Stout 5.5%
Stewart (Edinburgh) - Embra 5.5%
St Giles - ? 5%
Wells & Youngs (Beds) - Youngs Special London Ale 6.4%
Woodforde's (Norfolk) Nelson's Revenge 4.5%
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Awesome! Glad it helped

Bear in mind that only the Vermont ESB is bottle conditioned.
So the citra IPA isn't then I take it?
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So the citra IPA isn't then I take it?
Not from what I understand. Cloudwater have said that only their 750ml bottles are conditioned, and the Citra IPA only comes in 330ml. All the 330ml bottles I've had from Cloudwater have been bright.
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Not from what I understand. Cloudwater have said that only their 750ml bottles are conditioned, and the Citra IPA only comes in 330ml. All the 330ml bottles I've had from Cloudwater have been bright.
Thats a shame as the 750ml Vermont ESB is about a tenner from what I've seen of prices online
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Thats a shame as the 750ml Vermont ESB is about a tenner from what I've seen of prices online
Or £3 if you take into account the cost of the yeast
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