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Muntons Australian Style Lager 1.5kg

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carniebrew

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Does the can say what temperature to ferment it at? If it's below 18 you can assume it's a lager yeast.
 

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It says to ferment at 18-21 degrees so that's an ale yeast then ?
 

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Yep, lagers are more in the range of 12 degrees. You could always throw that yeast away and use a lager yeast, you'd likely get a better result, if you have the ability to control your ferment temp that low?
 

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Thanks carniebrew I thinks thats what I will do I have just got an old fridge and temp control ; ;)-)
You have been really helpful , I could always use the other yeast for an ale mmmmmmmmmmmmmm more beer
thanks for your time I appreciate it :beer:
 

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An Australian Style Lager coming in a tin from the UK with an ale yeast attached.

erm, well ok :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p
 

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Bribie G said:
An Australian Style Lager coming in a tin from the UK with an ale yeast attached.

erm, well ok :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p
A bit like coopers Draught and Lager ? A Lager like Beer? but I really want to make a lager :lol:
 

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