New CML yeasts

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  1. Jan 23, 2020 #121

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    The Liberty Bell is good. I made a great bitter with it a few months ago
     
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    I made a black lager with CML Hell and while the recipe was wrong, the clean yeast flavour is actually great. I'm planning on making a Helles on Saturday so I can compare side by side with the Kolsch that's about to come out of the brew fridge.
     
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    I’m about to use the Helles yeast, only problem is I only bought 1 packet and they recommended 2 at 12 degrees, did you pitch 1 or 2?
     
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    I pitched 2, left it for 2 weeks at 12°c, then raised to 18°c for a few days, then kegged.

    You could get away with 1 packet if you ferment a bit warmer.
     
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    Take 2g from the pack and put it in a starter of about 1.2L then pitch the starter and the rest of the pack
     
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    How would the Beoir yeast go in a porter.
     
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    I would say great. I've used it in a stout and it was good. I'll be using it in a porter next week
     
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    For what it’s worth I made a porter using the Beoir yeast last month, I’ve made the same recipe using 04. The Beoir yeast made a difference in that the malt shone through a lot more. Very pleased with it.
     
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    Just started the mash.
     
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    Excellent. My experience with beoir mirror Steve800's, the malts really did shine through. It worked fantastially well with my house stout recipe
     
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    Beoir did very well in our Corncrake clone and it's so flocculant that the beer is seriously clear.

    2 packs of Hell got pitched into the Czech Pilsner we made yesterday, fermenting at 12c. Not made a lager in over 18 months and it my mates first one so fingers crossed.
     
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    The next CML yeast I want to have a crack at is the Pia yeast
     
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    It's the best I have used for a nice hoppy pale ale. I know your not into overly hopped beer. What style have you planned. I have used it a fair bit over the last year
     
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    Just kegged an APA that I used the PIA yeast on, I have been very pleased with it and will definitely use again.
     
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    It’s definitely a good yeast, mines fermented out in 3 days and let the hops shine through tremendously
     
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    I used their US Pale Ale yeast yesterday and it going like a train, this will finish in 3 days. I'll then leave it so it's had 7 days and transfer to 2fv on Tuesday next week.
     
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    A blonde ale.* I'll be doing some knock out hops so I'm hoping the pia lets the flavour of those stand out

    Edit * or a cream ale
     
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    Just a quick update on the Beoir Celtic yeast, the house mild I did with it is excellent. Very malty, especially for a mild that has a reasonable % of sugars. Highly recommended.

    The Pia yeast has also made a cracking job of my hoppy golden ale. Very neutral with hops shining through, also highly recommended.
     
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    The Pia yeast is my go to yeast for a pale ale. I have the beoir fermenting a porter at the min
     
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