Nice. I like this: “…will not produce hydrogen sulfide (H2S)…”. That’s my biggest turn off with lager yeast. I don’t like the hint of sulfur so many seem to appreciate from a lager. I often use a clean ale yeast to produce a pseudo lager-like beer because of it.
Werner Back's book has a great discussion on sulfur (dioxide).
Hydrogen sulfide is always a defect, mostly related to yeast health.
After years of brewing, I come to realize that for beginners, it's better to brew lagers at high temperatures.
It gets you 70% of the way 100% of the time.
To get 100% of the way, you need to do a lot of things right, and it's not easy.
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