I'm planning my next few brews, that will be mini mash's to use up the Coopers kits I have in stock before going AG via BIAB. The last one will be come in at 1.064 OG, so I am assuming I will need 2 packs of dry yeast. I don't want to get into making starters / re-culturing yeast at this stage, that's a few brews down the road while I get the hang of mashing, etc. SO, for this brew, I'm sticking with dried yeast for financial reasons. So, its going to be a darkish, old ale type of thing, and I want a yeast with a bit of character. I'm leaning towards Danstar Windsor, or their London ESB yeast. What do people recommend?