Originally Posted by BitterBomz
Let's agree to disagree
The Nottingham looks like it is doing its job. I was gonna throw in pack of champagne yeast instead, but was not sure how it would interfere with the beer's profile. Nottingham is fairly neutral, only downfall is that it doesn't have a high alcohol tolerance.
Agreed. Wasn't meant to be a knock at you
I also think bierandbikes is correct in trying out US-05. I use it quite a bit and is very alcohol tolerant while still being very clean and neutral.
I've heard people using US-05 for beers at 20+%
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