One thing I did differently this time was to pitch about 63-64 and ferment ~65df instead of pitching colder and keeping it around 62.
Denny, Do you still have that yeast in your bank? If I want to get it into our club's bank I may as well go to the source and save the $8 for a WYeast pack Kai
I remember Brewhobby had some trouble with this yeast as well and I asked him what temp he was fermenting. Sure enough, he had pitched around 60 and was fermenting at that temp.
Nope, I don't...once we got a microbiologist as our cl;ub pres., I turned everything over to him. He's gone pro now and doesn't keep the bank any more, so I just get it from Wyeast like everybody else!
no offense, kai, but wouldn't it cost your at least $5 to get the yeast slant from denny anyway? only saves you like $2 or so?
okay, that all sounds greek to me. so i guess you mean, it'll fit in an envelope?
Quote from: blatz on February 05, 2010, 12:44:14 PMokay, that all sounds greek to me. so i guess you mean, it'll fit in an envelope?yes. It should be simple first class letter mail both ways. I don't know what the current postage is since it keeps changing. I haven't tried it myself but others have done it with success. Kai
Would you like me to send you some?