« on: September 02, 2011, 08:07:33 PM »
The description of this yeast is right on. I brewed a standard malty amber and it is clean and well attenuated. I say it is somewhere between 001 and 002. It flocs really well and has cleared up nice and brilliant after only two weeks in the keg. I fermented on the high side (~68F) and got a very clean beer. I am currently fermenting an ordinary bitter with the second generation of the initial tube. It smells good out of the airlock so far. I am hoping to get about 5 generations out of this tube. Next up is a hopBurst pale ale, with ~5 oz of hops.