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Old 08-31-2014, 04:50 PM   #1
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Hi guys, been creeping for a while. This site rocks and all of you are more help than I think you will ever realize. Not new to brewing or all grain but made a mistake yesterday. We just had our third baby on Monday so things are busy. In a hurry while brewing last night I used a 1056 in a oatmeal stout and a 1054 Irish ale yeast that was supposed to be for the stout in my house apricot ale. Any ideas on the difference in flavor profiles on the 1054 vs the 1056? The apricot ale is fantastic every time I brew it.

Both of these styles are swmbo favorite styles so now that she is not preggers it is time to stock up

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Old 08-31-2014, 05:14 PM   #2
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RDWHAHB. Congrats on baby.

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Old 08-31-2014, 05:31 PM   #3
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I think you mean wyeast 1084? If so I think the differences in flavor profiles between those yeasts in those two beers is going to be subtle, depending on your usual fermentation temps I guess. Probably a slight difference in attenuation. Since you know the apricot ale so well it sounds like a good experiment!

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I think you mean wyeast 1084? If so I think the differences in flavor profiles between those yeasts in those two beers is going to be subtle, depending on your usual fermentation temps I guess. Probably a slight difference in attenuation. Since you know the apricot ale so well it sounds like a good experiment!

The Irish yeast does give some butterscotch flavor. Sort of a soft flavor. Maybe a little fruity. That wouldn't be bad with apricot, but might be different.
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Thanks guys!!! Fermentation is rockin so........ We will gave beer in the end

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Better to goof up with the beer than the baby. Congrats!

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