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beerdrinkingbob

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Howdy Brewers,

I need to ferment a wheat beer and other half of the batch tasted like burnt rubber, so not going to use the vial I have after splitting it.

Done some research and found a thread from a couple of years ago but the feedback was inconsistent. Wondering if anyone has any recent experience with Munich and would you use it again over WB 06?

Cheers

Robbie
 

vic45

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I'll report back in a few days.

I have just used munich for the first time in a brew that is ready to keg now.

I've used 3068 and WB06 a number of times so will be interested to compare.
 

pmash

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I used WB 06 in a wheat beer just the once and it tasted like shit ( apples).
Further research suggests it's more suited to belgian wit styles .
Just my 2cents .

Cheers.
 

seemax

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hard to beat 3068

WB06 is ok'is

Only tried Munich once and was disappointed
 

Deebo

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Not exactly what you are asking but I have used wb-06 in 4 wits now fermented at 17c and they have all turned out really good (from what I have read its more a heffe style yeast?) Have not tried munich so cant compare.
 

pk.sax

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Danstar munich works just fine.
 

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