I'd just add just a bit the whey which will contain the cultures, not the yogurt itself. Yeah, yuck.
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I'm all the time finding naked college chicks rolling around in my hops. Im glad a macro finally got some truth in advertising going
I guess that rules out my 'Send Jon On A Beer Drinking Vacation in Belgium And Germany' donation campaign. Dammit.
I want to thank you Theoman. I just moved to Germany 4 days ago(USAF member). I created a login for Brauwland and I can almost get everything I'll need.
Had you not mentioned them almost 4 yrs in this thread, my search on this forum would've ended pretty quickly without any results.
I think you're much better off using a lager strain that tolerates warmer temps than using an ale strain. WY2124 or Saflager 34/70 will get you closer than any ale strain, even pushing the low 60s for fermentation temps. The yeast character is distinctly different between an Alt, Koelsch or lager strain.