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Old 03-21-2008, 03:34 PM   #1
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Default Fermentis WB06

Just saw it at the LHBS last night.

On their website, they say it closely resembles a Weisenstephan Bavarian Wheat yeast.

What do you think that it will mostly resemble. I was hoping to make a Wit this weekend. Should I try it out? Temps?

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Old 03-21-2008, 03:39 PM   #2
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Search works wonders:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/search.php?searchid=1269651

If that doesn't work, here are the threads themselves:
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EDIT: 2nd one is probably the best... (#57420?)

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Well, I have a 3g Weisenstephan 3058 that I need to wash and I also picked up 3056 and 3333.

I may try the WB06 in an apfelwein.

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Well, I have a 3g Weisenstephan 3058 that I need to wash and I also picked up 3056 and 3333.

I may try the WB06 in an apfelwein.
Yeah, I think I'd definitely go for the liquid... the WB-06 might be interesting in Apfelwein. Give it a little complexity and sweeter finish.
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I guess I'll have to make a big starter when I get home to be ready by Easter.

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Ooooh Easter Brewday, awesome. I don't think the SWMBO would let me get away with that one... Now drinking HB on Easter, that's another story. I plan to be drowning away in my Belgian Blonde...

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The excuse is that all the cousins join in the fun.

Damn, I really need to force carb some stuff.

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