In today’s market, that might be a huge hit.
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I was thinking about you as I was composing that post because your house yeast is Lallemand BRY-97. That is about the only dry yeast strain that I really like. It is a nice strain once it starts fermenting. It clears beautifully. Another strain that I love has apparently been available dry for quite some time; namely, 34/70. At this point, I am almost certain that that strain was sold as BrewTek CL-660 N. German Lager (maybe, I can get it re-labled as "Mark's Favorite 660"
. If I am correct, 34/70 is the most forgiving lager strain I have ever used. It was my house strain in my first brew house. I used to primary it in the low 60s high 50s in my basement without artificial attemperation. At that temperature, it produced beautiful lagers that tasted like lagers.