Let us know your thought, Jeff. I hope you like it.
The fact participants in this xBmt were unable to reliably distinguish a Vienna Lager fermented with Saflager W-34/70 from one fermented with Saflager S-189 doesn’t strike me as all that Earth shattering. After all, both are lager strains known for imparting a very restrained yeast character, allowing the other ingredients in a beer to shine through. And that’s pretty much what happened, based on both the blind data and my experience.http://brulosophy.com/2016/12/15/yeast-comparison-saflager-w-3470-vs-saflager-s-189-exbeeriment-results/