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Old 12-08-2017, 08:40 PM   #421
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When I am fermenting close to lager temperature, then for the sake of 80p I would rather pitch at professional brewers pitch rate, than take a chance of making an inferior beer.
This would ferment @12c with 2 packs. I have yet to try it but worked well at 15c.
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This would ferment @12c with 2 packs. I have yet to try it but worked well at 15c.


I'm trying two packs at 14oC (internal temp reading from a probe in the brewmaster bucket) I'm fascinated to see how it pans out.
Although it went off like a rocket at that pitch rate.


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I wondered what numbers you guys are hitting with the Kolsch Yeast?



I just got -

OG. 1.052

FG. 1.010

Attenuation. 80%



Are yours similar ?


I got OG 1.050
FG currently sitting at 1.011

Lovely crystal clear


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My blonde ale user upper with American ale yeast looks done in 3 days....
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I got OG 1.050
FG currently sitting at 1.011

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CML have announced their new saison yeast. Another to add to the list
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CML have announced their new saison yeast. Another to add to the list


Ooooo was going to try a Saison next .


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Attenuation aside, how does a pack of CML American Ale Yeast perform in terms of taste and quality? Could I use it instead of WLP001 with no discernible difference?
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Attenuation aside, how does a pack of CML American Ale Yeast perform in terms of taste and quality? Could I use it instead of WLP001 with no discernible difference?


I will caveat by saying that I've never used a liquid yeast for a US Pale/IPA, but I would say yes the CML is usable in place of the better known brands. I don't find it flocculates brilliantly (it's a bit like US05 with wispy trails in the bottle rather than a solid layer) but it's a good clean flavour. I've found my most recent use of it doesn't have loads and loads of hop aroma but that could be as much to do with the hops I chose rather than the yeast stripping that away.


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