« on: November 19, 2015, 11:59:59 AM »
Get ready for a little shameless bragging here, but there's a nice recipe my buddies and I used that appears in the Zymurgy issue with the 2015 NHC winners. We brewed that beer in 2013 and make one every year in March. This year's brew added oats (about 10%, replacing base malt to keep gravity the same) and switched to WLP 028. It's still young now at about 8 months, but already very drinkable. I think I prefer it to 001 in this style. Just mash low, as you likely won't get as much attenuation with 028.