... Wyeast 1056, which is also Safeale US-05 or Lallmand BRY-97 (dry yeasts).
I don’t think US 05 = BRY 97. Though BRY 97 is a clean flocculant yeast, I believe BRY 96 = US 05. Beware — BRY 97 has a significant lag period.
None of the above are equivalent. BRY-97 isn't remotely related to anything else. US-05 is closely related to BRY-96 ("Chico"), but at about 83% is almost 10% more attenuative than Chico. No way I would consider any of these to be equivalents. Similar in clean American ale flavors, sure. But not much else.
No doubt great work. I was simply keying off a message from ‘Saccharomyces’ Dec 2016. It says:
The other dry yeast strains with known pedigrees are: US-05 = BRY-96 Ballantine Beer (a.k.a. "Chico," Wyeast 1056, White Labs WLP001), S-04 = Whitbread "B" (a.k.a. Wyeast 1098, Whites WLP007), W34/70 = W34/70 (a.k.a. Wyeast 2124, White Labs WLP830), WB06 = W68 (Wyeast 3068, WLP300), and S-189 = Samiclaus (a.k.a. White Labs WLP885)”
However, I believe this message may also predate the genome study from which ripples are still being felt.
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