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Old 16-11-2017, 05:06 PM   #621
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Pretty much. If you want more hop flavour I'd recommend using the CML US Pale Ale yeast instead, it does a lovely job.
Annoyingly, I have that in my yeast store but as I was aiming for a more English style hoppy ale, rather than a full on US style, I thought I'd use the ale yeast. Still, lesson learned - malty ales only in the future for this yeast. 😀
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I have used the CML in the ag gh summer ale which I kegged a couple of weeks ago. I've drawn a cup full to test....it is most acceptable!
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I love CML yeast. Got 5 brews at the suppin' stage now, all made with either US Pale, Real Ale or Cali Common and every one is a belter, after the most trouble-free fermentations any homebrew guy could wish for. Just wanted to get that off me chest. Happy today cos our tom cat has returned after going awol for a week. Must get his plums off....
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I love CML yeast. Got 5 brews at the suppin' stage now, all made with either US Pale, Real Ale or Cali Common and every one is a belter, after the most trouble-free fermentations any homebrew guy could wish for. Just wanted to get that off me chest. Happy today cos our tom cat has returned after going awol for a week. Must get his plums off....
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I just want to update on the Saison yeast. After whacking an airlock in, giving it a bit of a gentle swirl and upping the temps a tiny bit, it's decided to have another go... So might get it a bit dryer yet. Seems it could be one that likes a little break before finishing work.... Fingers crossed, glad I decided to leave it another 7 days before doing anything with it though. Need to confirm it is doing more though, as only going by the airlock bubbling, need to check the SG see if it has dropped any more.
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A new record today - airlock bubbling 2.5 hours after pitching with the Crossmyloof Real Ale yeast.
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A new record today - airlock bubbling 2.5 hours after pitching with the Crossmyloof Real Ale yeast.
Will be trying that one on thursday
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I just want to update on the Saison yeast. After whacking an airlock in, giving it a bit of a gentle swirl and upping the temps a tiny bit, it's decided to have another go... So might get it a bit dryer yet. Seems it could be one that likes a little break before finishing work.... Fingers crossed, glad I decided to leave it another 7 days before doing anything with it though. Need to confirm it is doing more though, as only going by the airlock bubbling, need to check the SG see if it has dropped any more.
Confirmed. Down from 1.015 on 11th, to 1.013 today, and tastes delicious. Nom

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A new record today - airlock bubbling 2.5 hours after pitching with the Crossmyloof Real Ale yeast.


It's rapid isn't it

Going to try a couple different beers I made with it for the first time in a few days, fingers crossed!
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