I brewed my winter ale with WLP037 this year. I was pretty excited about having that elusive Sam Smith's yeast quality in this beer. So far, I'm kind of pissed. First, let me say that my winter ale is one of my favorite recipes I make. It's something I designed myself and it's one of my favorite drinkers around the colder months. I expected this yeast to deliver that "tangy" ester that I get in Sam Smith's beers. I don't taste anything like that. In fact, I'm wondering if this vial was possibly mislabeled, because all I'm getting is a bad, Belgian-like medicinal flavor. Almost like a young big beer fermented with Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey. Has anyone else used this yeast with any success? I'm about ready to brew another batch of winter ale with my regular strain (Wyeast 1968). FYI, I fermented the WLP037 batch at 60-62 -- maybe that was too low? Also, this is supposed to be a highly flocculant strain. This beer is STILL cloudy even after adding gelatin. Again, is it possible that the vial was mislabeled???