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Title: Anyone have experience with A20 yeast?
Post by: Nathan on May 05, 2018, 04:06:45 pm
I was given a test tube of a wild yeast called A20 by a friend who said it is great at bringing out citrus and fruit flavour in IPAs. I have a vision for a soapberry IPA   Any thoughts?


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Title: Re: Anyone have experience with A20 yeast?
Post by: Iliff Ave on May 08, 2018, 07:57:01 pm
That is indeed imperial citrus. I don’t ya e any experience with it but their website is pretty helpful.
Title: Re: Anyone have experience with A20 yeast?
Post by: cb9880 on May 13, 2018, 06:24:41 pm
I have used it in several tasty batches of NEIPA.  Provided the creamy mouthfeel and a very hop forward grapefruit aroma/flavor when combined with simcoe hops.  I didn't really taste any funkiness as described by imperial.  Didn't have any musty/barn coat flavors.