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Old 12-22-2012, 06:08 PM   #11
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I would be highly surprised if SNPA was bottle conditioned with anything but Chico. They've made no secret about the yeast they use and there's very little to gain by filtering it out and adding a different yeast for bottling.

Kellerweis however definitely uses a different yeast than Chico, but afaik it's still the same yeast in fermentation and bottling. I've never seen a conclusive answer as to what it is, or if a commercial varient was available so I bottle harvested and slanted that bad boy for future brews.

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