Ok, so I have a recipe for this stout, but it does not recommend a particular yeast, it simply states to use an English Ale yeast. Here's the recipe.
Death Star Stout
This recipe is not only easy, but ****ing tasty as well:
Steep in 1 gallon of water at 165 degrees F for 30 minutes:
3/4 lb Roasted Barley
1/2 lb Crystal Malt
1/2 lb Chocolate Malt
Then add 2 gallons of water and
6.67 lbs of Dark Malt Extract (liquid)
6.67 lbs of Amber Malt Extract (liquid)
Bring to a boil, then add
1 oz of UK Target Hops
1 oz of UK Target Hops (20 minutes into boil)
1 oz of UK Target Hops (40 minutes into boil)
1 oz of Willamette Hops (50 minutes into boil)
transfer to Primary fermentation container, while straining, and add water and/or ice to get 5 gallons at 65-75 degrees F. Pitch English Ale yeast of your choice. Transfer to secondary fermentation container at 14 days. Bottle 3-4 weeks after secondary. Prime with either 1 and 1/4 cups of dry malt extract OR 3/4 cup of corn sugar. Rack and bottle. Age for 2 weeks to 2 months, depending on patience and taste.
EDIT: you can use fuggle hops, perferably English fuggles, instead of Target hops, as well as northern brewery or bullion hops.
All help will be greatly appreciated.