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Old 25-05-2016, 01:21 PM   #1
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Has anyone got the list of the changes that MJ made to the range? I know that M03 Newcastle Dark Ale was changed to M15 Empire Ale, but I don't know the others. I remember seeing a list of the changes on the internet somewhere, but I can't find it again now.
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Old 25-05-2016, 03:47 PM   #2
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Alright Notlaw,

I’m not sure if this is forum etiquette or not seeing I only really read rather than post but I’ve copied and pasted from Aussiehomebrewer.com (apologies if this is forbidden)
J but I reckon you can never have too many sources and they folks seem pretty knowledgeable as do folks here. All the best
“Posted 24 February 2016 - 05:29 AM
According to a foreign MJ distributor, the M29 French Saison is the M27 Belgian...
M36 Liberty Bell Ale is the Burton Union and M42 New World Strong Ale is the M07.
It's gotta be true, cos I read it on the internet.

M44 US West Coast is definitely 1764 Rogue Pacman though.
these are some other close approximations i use...

M20 Bavarian Wheat - Wyeast 3638
M79 Burton Union - Wyeast 1275 Thames Valley or WLP023
M84 Bohemian Lager - Wyeast 2124 or WLP830
M07 British Ale Yeast - WLP007

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M03 UK Dark Ale - M15 Empire Ale
M07 British - M42 Strong Ale
M10 Workhorse - M54 Californian Lager
M27 Belgian Ale - M29 French Saison
M79 Burton Union - M36 Liberty Belle
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Oo I do love chart

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This is directly from a guy at iMake, the makers of MJ yeasts... a jolly helpful chap he was too.

Edit - BTW, the M54 Cali Lager is top fermenting. He says think Kölsch, but finished a tiny bit dryer due to higher attenuation (his words)
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