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Old 01-18-2012, 01:24 PM   #1
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Thinking about brewing Jamil's cream ale soon and I was planning on using WLP029 like he suggests. While on the White Labs site, I was very intrigued by WLP080. Just wanted to get some feedback from anyone who has tried both of these strains, and what kind of results they got. Thanks!

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I just made this with WLP080 and the taste of the fermented beer is really nice. Cloudy and it will take some time to clear. I have it sitting at 34f now for a week a two. I have used that recipe before and won a first place with it. This time the only change was hops and WLP080.

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