« on: January 13, 2013, 03:53:55 PM »
Just a BoPils with a little Vienna to mix things up a bit...
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I brewed an APA in early December with 1450 (dated sometime in October). It fermented around 60 degrees and took about 10 days to finish. It had gravities of 1.058 and 1.012. I really like how it brought more of the malt flavor out. I reused the yeast in a brown porter on December 29. It started at 1.050 and was sitting at 1.022 last night, there is still some activity so I'm hoping it's going to finish below 1.015. I moved the fermenter into a warmer room and sloshed it around a bit in hoping to keep it going.
Pretty sure it's "Vinnie Cilurzo"I am Vince Clortho, key master of Gozer. Are you the gate keeper?
And, along the same lines, I always thought it was "Vinz Clortho" (or at least something like that)
I'm not going to say anything bad about S-23, because it makes a fine beer if fermented cold (45-46F), but I am going to give S-189 a try based on this thread. I have been using 34/70 and WLP 800 most recently with very good results.
Now to look for S-189....not everybody has it.
I fermented my S-23 beers in that range. One of them was lagered for almost a year. Still disgustingly fruity....