Also...if you want to get closer to the yeast used in the original, don't use 1056, US04, or any of the variants of that strain: instead, use Bry97 or ECY "Old Newark Ale".
I have been saying that for quite some time. BRY 96 (a.k.a. "Chico," Wy1056, WLP001, US-05) is the Ballantine "beer" strain from the old Schalk Brothers brewery. BRY 97 is the Ballantine "ale" strain from the big ale brewery.
The Ballantine strains are held openly in the USDA ARS NRRL Collection.
NRRL Y-7407 (a.k.a. Siebel BRY 96)
Accession numbers in other collections: Lange 2
Isolated from (substrate): BR, Beer pitching yeast
Substrate location: Ballantine Brewery, New Jersey, USA
Comments: ID from 26S renal partial sequences.
NRRL Y-7408 (a.k.a. Siebel BRY 97)
Accession numbers in other collections: Lange 4
Isolated from (substrate): BR, Ale pitching yeast
Comments: ID from 26S rDNA partial sequences
This photo should be a dead giveaway that BRY 96 (a.k.a. "Chico") was not used at the ale brewery: