Originally Posted by jacksonbrown
My guess would be that you switched them up. Like you, I've used 1056 many times, and even at higher temps have not getten a pronounced profile like the one you described. The 3068 is the Weihenstephan yeast and certainly gives off clove-like esthers (what you'd expect from a hefe). It's a very distinct aroma.
Did you make starters and think you mixed those up, or do you think you just mixed up the packs?
I didn't have time to make staters, I think I might have mixed up the packs. Thing is, that is just not like me...oh well.
Originally Posted by carl spakler
How was that 60-67 measured? If it was air temp the wort could be anywhere from 70-77 from the heat produced during the fermentation process.
Air temp was held at 60-67. The themometer on the carboy (little sticker thingy) read 62-68. I'm not taking wort temps.
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