Nice. Glad it worked.
The other reports make me want to check out the temperature sensitivity of this yeast again. Like I said, I was using WY1968; maybe WLP002 is a bit different, or maybe my measurements weren't so accurate. It's one of my favorite yeasts, so I'd like to know how it responds. I've just been leery of getting it too cold since that unfortunate brown porter incident. Hmm, I guess that was about 14 years ago now. Guess I should get over it. Damn, time flies.
I actually like that it will drop out when it gets cold. It is hands down my favorite cask yeast because of that. Who needs Isinglass? Just chill the keg and it will be bright on its own. I remember taking an ESB to the Real Ale Festival in 2002 or 2003. My pin cask rolled around in the back of a van for 6 or 7 hours driving up there. I dropped it off the night before (it was in the 50s where it was stored). Next day, I showed up, hooked up my beer engine, pulled a half pint, tossed it, and the next pint was perfectly clear. Now that's good floccing yeast.