Originally Posted by boozecruz
If it's good as is, why change? Other than AG is cheaper.
Also, what is a suitable dry yeast to use instead of WLP029? If there is even one.
While waiting for my 2nd attempt of all grain to ferment I brewed the extract version again. The new all grain version uses American pale 2-row instead of Maris. It turned out much better, a nice drinkable amber kolsch style ale.
My extract version is now ready to drink and side by side my friends and fellow beer drinkers prefer the extract version.
And to answer your question about suitable dry yeast, maybe Munton's ale yeast would work? Not sure. I love the WLP029, it's one of the few times I use liquid yeast, because most of my brews work great with us-05 or s-04, and my saison and dubbel work great with t-58 and s-33.