I also noticed each of the MJ strains are classed as Ale yeasts.
I posted a photo of the package of Cali Common on HBT. The package does plainly state it is “Packed in the U.K. from Imported and Local Ingredients“. I emailed Bevie to ask if they repack other mfr yeasts and they said “We are producing a wide range of yeast products from a variety of locations. We aren’t able to discuss production methods and raw material sources or manufacturing sites publicly though.
My apologies that we are unable to assist you further.”
If they rebrand Mauri yeast which I cannot otherwise get here great. But if they’re repacking something I can already get ...well... then poot.
If you go to the Bevie website they say they have food industry repack lines in Chesire. Bevie also has Grainfather in their brand stable.
“Private Label Manufacturing
From concept through to manufacture, if there’s something that needs developing specific to your needs, we have the experience, expertise and in-house facilities to turn your ideas into successful homebrew products. From singular enzymes, to complete drinks solutions, we manage the whole process, while providing high level technical support throughout.
Our manufacturing site based in Cheshire, UK, provides customers with a modern 60,000 sq ft state of the art facility that has full BRC Global Standards accreditation for Food Safety. It has the capacity to produce more than 3,000 tonnes of product per year and we are continuously investing in new machinery to increase our offering and drive down costs. Our facilities include state of the art drying and blending technologies, a liquid manufacturing plant and extensive packaging operations comprising sachet, form fill seal, vacuum pack, bulk pack and more recently a new pouch filling line. All enabling us to package a huge array of liquid and dry products in various forms and weights.”
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