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Mangrove Jack's Dry Yeast

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erockrph:
Anyone ever use any of these before? I'm all for more options in the dry yeast department, but given my poor results from Nottingham in the past, I'm hesitant to try out something that isn't well-tested.

http://www.rebelbrewer.com/shop/brand/mangrove-jacks/

barliman:
Haven't tried them yet, but I am looking forward to trying the west coast and the two English strains.

J

kylekohlmorgen:
I'll give them a shot. I am a fan of high-quality dry yeast, as well as letting homebrewers know that "high-quality" and "dry yeast" CAN exist in the same sentence.

Rebel Brewer didn't have any notes on flocculation, but they have them on their website. Interesting company!

http://mangrovejacks.com/collections/craft-series-yeasts

beersk:
That's cool, always good to have more options. I'd be interested to try the Bavarian wheat strain. Haven't tried the WB-06 from Fermentis yet, but I've read that it's not very banana-y.

erockrph:
Yeah, I think I may have to bite the bullet and get a few of these. A dry version of WY3638 would be very nice, as well as a dry version of Pacman. The Newcastle Dark Ale looks pretty tasty as well.

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