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Old 01-09-2008, 02:10 PM   #1
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Doing an IPA, wondering what wyeasts people like to use. Heard some use 1056 and some use 1028. Any other suggestions? Thanks.

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Old 01-09-2008, 03:01 PM   #2
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I like the 1056 myself. makes for a nice clean beer.

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I like the 1056 myself. makes for a nice clean beer.
Same here. When it comes to IPAs, I want the hops to shine and be balanced by the malt. Neutral is the best IMO...
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I like 1056, or if I'm doing dry yeast, Nottingham.

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1056 is the way to go.

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ugh...and I just did a Pale ale with 1056 and threw out the trub thinking you couldn't re-use the yeast......now just reading about yeast cakes..

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What about white labs california ale yeast?

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What about white labs california ale yeast?
That's essentially the same yeast as 1056.
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Is there any place in canada where a guy can get WL's yeast over the net?

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ugh...and I just did a Pale ale with 1056 and threw out the trub thinking you couldn't re-use the yeast......now just reading about yeast cakes..
Check out the how to clean and store yeast also.
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