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Old 11-28-2013, 02:58 PM   #31
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Cornhusker Beverage and Bridal is carrying the American Ale II yeast and I believe a British ale yeast. A couple bucks cheaper than the wyeast strains they carry, so we figured what the heck.
I just saw that Patriot Homebrew in West Omaha (Elkhorn) is also now carrying the Union Labs' American Ale, British Ale and Renegade yeasts. Not sure what the renegade yeast is, and they don't seem to have a website to tell me what it is. Anyone know anything about the Renegade yeast?
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I just talked to Wyatt last night and he said the renegade is their take on Pacman

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Old 12-08-2013, 02:16 PM   #33
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I just talked to Wyatt last night and he said the renegade is their take on Pacman
Thanks going straight to the top with my question.
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Old 12-11-2013, 03:14 PM   #34
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Let us know when they get ramped up to sell nationally. I'm always interested in trying new things... heck, I'm such a n00bie, EVERYTHING is new to me.

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Old 12-16-2013, 05:58 PM   #35
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I used the Union Labs British Ale 1 yeast in an Ordinary Bitter I brewed back in October. I pitched the entire warmed bottle of yeast into my fermenter (no starter). Fermented in the upper 50s or low 60s for 2 weeks and let condition for 2 weeks after bottling. Had a very nice aroma -- less the overbearing fruitiness of some English yeasts, more a delicate pear or peach ester. Attenuated about 69% by my calculations.

The beer starting gravity was 1.037, and the batch size was around 3.25 gallons.

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80% Maris Otter
10% flaked barley
8% Caramunich
2% biscuit

I'd recommend this yeast, and will be using it again. Nice to have a quality yeast made so close to home. Sioux Falls is just 4 hours north of here.

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Cornhusker Beverage & Bridal: You gotta love a place that has home brew supplies + wedding planning.

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Any idea where I can get this in Sioux Falls? I'll be back there next weekend to visit my parents and I'd love to pick some up.

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I just brought some of this yeast back from the brink. I had it in my beer fridge for 5 months. I made a starter yesterday afternoon, put it on the stir plate and this morning it is going to town. I will make another starter to be sure I have enough yeast for Friday. This stuff is very tasty. It smells a lot like sour dough when handling the yeast, nice and clean when its done.

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Cornhusker Beverage & Bridal: You gotta love a place that has home brew supplies + wedding planning.
You left out the pop bottling line they run in the back shop.
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Any idea where I can get this in Sioux Falls? I'll be back there next weekend to visit my parents and I'd love to pick some up.

Taylor's pantry has it
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