New crossmyloof 'Haze' yeast.

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  1. May 26, 2019 #21

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    I’ve got both of those waiting to be used. I’ll try to remember to post a review, although I’m just starting to experiment with water chemistry and different hopping rates, so won’t be sure if I’ll be able to tell whether any differences in taste, aroma etc are due to the yeast alone. I guess I’ll at least be able to say if the yeast works and whether the beer turns out good or not!
     
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    Not what you asked, but I've got a brew on the go at the minute with the Høg-Norsk yeast. With the good weather we just had I was thought I'd give it a go as it can ferment up to 28 c. I just left it in the kitchen and it was happily fermenting away at 25. Reached FG within 2 and a half days, very pleased. Tastes very nice as well.

    I'd be interested in hearing about the Beoir if you decide to give it a go.
     
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    What kind of beer did you do with it mate?
     
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    A pale ale. Maris Otter, oat malt and wheat malt with a 60 minute hop addition, a whirlpool addition and two rounds of dry hops. Smells great Gonna be tough leaving this one a few weeks.
     
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    Cool mate. I might try something similar
     
  6. Jun 1, 2019 #26

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    So beer has finished fermenting and is tasting awesome out of the fermenter! Can’t believe how hazy it is using only pale malts. Lots of hop aroma and taste akin to the NEIPA style. Hit my FG of 1.012 so it’s coming in around 5% - more a NEPA then. Well happy with it and will report back in a few days once bottles have carbonated at least a bit. It’s miles superior to their standard yeasts. I’d say it wasn’t that close to US05 that’s I’ve used quite a few times. Less clean and flocculant obviously.
     

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    Looking good!
     
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    So happy with this yeast. Ordered 3 packs for under £6 and then 10% on top! Absolute bargain. Brewed again today to keep some smashable beer ready to go whilst I try other things out
     

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    Did another brew over the weekend with this yeast and last night I had a blow out. And a big blow out. The entire airlock popped out and basically half the dry hop ended up all over the sides of the carboy

    It's been fermenting all night as what is effectively an open fermentation. Hopefully it's not ruined.
     
  10. Jun 15, 2019 at 12:11 AM #30

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    I can absolutely recommend the Hell lager yeast from the Beirm range. Brewed a heavily-hopped Pilsner with it and it came out beautifully. Attenuated nicely and produced soft fruity esters with a touch of pepper. Absolutely ideal for the style.
     

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