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Osangar

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found a hack that turned out great.

after my last weizen, I saved the yeast slurry; then repitched it into a dampfbier made from 4kg Munich 2 (weyermann) and 1 kg vienna, 10IBU hops at 40min - dam, what a great result. one to keep in the rotation from now on.
 

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interesting

ill report back when it arrives and I brew with it.

ok, so my WLP351yeast experiment is about halfway though. fermentation starting at 18, then raise to 22, then back to 18 in the primary; followed by the bottle at 18 for a week

the beer has nothing interesting about it at all. it's a good beer, but not 'amazing' like Schneider yeast, or 3068.

all in all, not a yeast I will buy again.
 

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ok, so my WLP351yeast experiment is about halfway though. fermentation starting at 18, then raise to 22, then back to 18 in the primary; followed by the bottle at 18 for a week

the beer has nothing interesting about it at all. it's a good beer, but not 'amazing' like Schneider yeast, or 3068.

all in all, not a yeast I will buy again.
I found the same thing when I trialed it when I couldn't get WLP300. I save a few vials of yeast and make a starter for the next Hefe brew.
 
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