Now that would be awesome.Not sure about that. they say that it flocs well. maybe 1272?
The descriptor on Danstar's site does say it's used commerically at "a number of breweries" (and let's face it, most businesses will exaggerate numbers slightly).Who uses Pacman apart from Rogue?
+1. Current AIPA was at 1.010 (from 1.063), when I checked it last, and still massively full of yeast. It's now CCing, and I'll gelatin it in the next day or so, but the problem is with it, to get it not to produce esters (yes, it can be done), it really needs fermenting at 14-15 degrees. Which takes a helluva long time (almost two weeks).I'd like a no-esters Ale yeast that flocked like a trouper. US05 is a cloudy bitch. S04 is an estery bugger with a lazy streak.
Bring it on Danstar!