Idiot Pitched wrong yeast

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the baron

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I think Midland is the equivalent of So4 or Nottingham so it may be not as neutral as Five (so5)but give a slight fruitiness me thinks
 

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It'll be fine. You've done the Cask version rather than the bottled/can version, similar to what Thornbridge do using something close to Wyeast 1469 West Yorkshire Ale in cask and WLP001 California Ale in the small pack.
 

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Unfortunately its has been fermenting for 4 days at 19° before i noticed I had used the wrong yeast .
Only noticed it when I went to brew a Timothy Taylor noticed I didnt have the yeast for it .
Some mistakes can end up the best brews .
 

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It'll be absolutely fine it is becoming quite common for some brewers to use what is the "wrong" yeast especially in lager types as AA says you just adjust the temp to the style as well
 

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How did this turn out mate? Thinking of doing the Jaipur clone next
 

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