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Old 10-06-2011, 05:24 PM   #11
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DrinkDR, yours is in the mail. Here's what I have in case anyone else wants to trade.

W1338 Euro Ale
W3724 Belgian Saison
W1388 Belgian Strong
Nottingham Ale
Red Hook Wit isolate (likely Kolsch bottling strain)
W1728 Scottish Ale
W2565 Kolsch
W1272 American Ale II
Safale-04
Saflager S-23
W1084 Irish Ale

I'm pretty open, mainly looking for obscure, high flavor profile strains. Never had much luck with commercial bottle isolates, too much mystery around fermenting/bottling strains. Scratch that, I'm a yeast freak, I'll take about anything...

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Old 10-06-2011, 10:33 PM   #12
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Just got my first two of Pacman sent out in the mail, have 1 more ready to ship, just need an address! Nobody else interested and ready to go?

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Old 11-05-2011, 06:19 AM   #13
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Lab Number Strain Brewery

WYEAST 1010 American Wheat Widmer vis Zum Uerige
WYEAST 1028 London Ale Worthington White Shield
WYEAST 1056 American Ale Sierra Nevada (Seibel 96)
WYEAST 1084 Irish Ale Guiness
WYEAST 1098 British Ale Whitbread (Dry)
WYEAST 1099 Whitbread Ale Whitbread
WYEAST 1187 Ringwood Ale Pripps Brewery, Sweden
WYEAST 1214 Belgian Abbey Chimay
WYEAST 1272 American Ale II Anchor Liberty
WYEAST 1318 London Ale III Boddingtons
WYEAST 1332 Northwest Ale Hales Brewery in Seattle via Gales Brewery UK
WYEAST 1335 British Ale II
WYEAST 1338 European Ale Wisenschaftliche Station #338 (Munich)
WYEAST 1388 Belgian Strong Ale Duvel (Moortgart) via McEwans
WYEAST 1450 Denny’s Favorite 50 Brewtek CL50 (Pacman)
WYEAST 1469-PC West Yorkshire Ale Timothy Taylor
WYEAST 1728 Scottish Ale McEwans
WYEAST 1762 Belgian Abbey II Rochefort
WYEAST 1768-PC English Special Bitter Youngs Brewery
WYEAST 1968 London ESB Ale Fullers
WYEAST 2000 Budvar Lager Budvar
WYEAST 2001 Urquell Lager Pilsner Urquell Lager H-Strain
WYEAST 2278 Czech Pils Pilsner Urquell-D
WYEAST 2565 Kolsch Weihenstephan 165
WYEAST 3655-PC Belgian Schelde Ale
WYEAST 3726-PC Farmhouse Ale Blaugies, Belgium
WYEAST 3944 Belgian Witbier Hoegaarden


What I'm after

As pure as possible set of Brew Tek yeast.

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Old 11-14-2011, 04:18 PM   #14
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I was hoping there was a recent thread about this. I recently won a contest at my homebrewer's club meeting and got four free smack packs. I am in the process of building these up as starters, after which I would store the yeast in 22 mL vials ready to freeze. Assuming 50% viability after freezing, these vials would be suitable for starters up to and exceeding 1 gallon. I'd be happy to send these out in exchange for some other varieties. The four I have are:

WY - 3724 Belgian Saison
WY - 3924 Belgian Wheat
WY - 1335 British Ale II
WY - 1084 Irish Ale

I am brewing a doppelbock and alt soon and as such would love to have a Bavarian lager yeast and WY - 1007. I would also be interested in any Brett cultures or the Old Ale blend for my personal stash.

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Old 11-14-2011, 04:34 PM   #15
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You dont need to build a starter. Just freeze the smack packs in 7ml yeast 5ml glycerol.

I expect you'll get higher than 50% viability and should be able to setup up to any size starter you desire.

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Old 11-14-2011, 04:42 PM   #16
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You dont need to build a starter. Just freeze the smack packs in 7ml yeast 5ml glycerol.

I expect you'll get higher than 50% viability and should be able to setup up to any size starter you desire.
I should have been more specific, these were actually Wyeast propogator packs. They are roughly 1/4 the size of regular smack packs. I wanted to build them up a bit to make sure I had enough yeast to fill at least four 22 mL vials each (with some glycerol, of course).
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:01 PM   #17
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Reviving an old thread...I'm interested in trading yeast if possible. My list:
- WY-1068 - Chico Yeast
- S-04 - English Ale
- WY-3068 - Weinhestephan Wheat Yeast
- WLP833 - German Bock/Maerzen
- WLP810 - Cali Lager
- Belgian Wit - Cultured From Cisco's Gray Lady
- Pacman - Cultured From Dead Guy Ale
- Lavlin - Cote du Rhone

All first generation, plated. I'm looking for an Alt yeast and a yeast for a lager yeast for a vienna.
Thanks! Adam

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Old 10-03-2012, 07:50 PM   #18
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I'm looking for a flavorful yeast to brew a 1.080-1.090 RIS that will leave me in the 1.012 to 1.018 range

At the moment I have white labs Brett B (wlp650) and Brett B Trois (wlp644)

Anyone want to trade?

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Old 01-04-2013, 07:03 PM   #19
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If anyone is interested, I have plenty of Wyeast 3655 PC - Schelde and WL 830 German Lager for trade.

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Old 01-09-2013, 04:56 PM   #20
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Im not sure if this is the thread for this, but ill give it a try.

I want to trade wild yeasts with someone. I recently found some yard yeast that has a super strong Brett scent and flavor. Its good but not the bugs i was looking for. I think some folks would love this for its properties. I was hoping to trade with someone for a interesting wild caught sacc yeast with less of an "in your face" profile. I have been hunting for one for a while. If anyone would like to swap wild yeast please PM me!

Thanks!

Edit: Or is all wild yeast Brett? i was hoping for something not so...potent...

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