Originally Posted by Cpt_Kirks
What are some examples of dry ale yeasts that produce lager-like beer, even when fermented at ale temps?
US-05 seems to be one, at least to me. Pretty low in esters and other "ale like" flavors.
I don't know about US-05, but Nottingham can ferment at pretty low temperatures for an ale; somewhere around 58-60F. Also, I'd give any Kolsch yeast a try as well. It's a very clean fermenting yeast which has low ester production and ferments at low temperatures. I've always used the Wyeast Kolsch, but it IS a liquid yeast and therefore more expensive than a dry yeast packet.