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Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale

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blatz:

--- Quote from: davidgzach on October 19, 2012, 09:40:57 AM ---
--- Quote from: redbeerman on October 19, 2012, 09:32:34 AM ---Looks good!  I would go with the ESB yeast.  It gives a maltier profile.

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Agreed.  My first choice too!

Dave

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Dave - not sure when you plan to make this, but the Yorkshire Square (Sam Smith yeast) is going to be released again in the next few weeks:

http://www.whitelabs.com/beer/2012_Platinum_Strain_Series_Release.pdf

FWIW - I like the recipe you have put together.

davidgzach:
Paul,

That's the Sam Smith yeast, right?  Oh man, thanks for letting me know!

Dave

blatz:

--- Quote from: davidgzach on October 19, 2012, 10:50:51 AM ---Paul,

That's the Sam Smith yeast, right?  Oh man, thanks for letting me know!

Dave

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I've never seen it absolutely declared as such, but I think its a good bet that it is.

Vin S:
Is wy1469 close to the whitelabs yeast or a different animal?

davidgzach:
HMMM.  Mr.Malty says Timothy Taylor for 1469.  I hope WL is Sammy.  I'll do a little investigating.

Dave

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