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Old 05-09-2017, 08:33 PM   #11
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That'll be it then. Whilst I'm happy to drink bitters made with dried yeast (and I love the convenience), the bitters I've made with cultured up strains are far superior to the bitters I've made with dried yeast (It's definately the yeast, as I have a bitter reciepe that I use across the board).
If you regularly make bitter, it's definatley worth culturing up some 'proper' bitter yeast
Thanks
Will probably give them a miss from here on in.Not sure if i can be a###d to get into culturing!.
Think i will stick to my proven beers.Just had feedback on a Mango Pale which has gone down really well
Nathen, who wants 12 bottles of so so bitter
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