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Posted in thread: M42 New World Strong Ale Yeast on 04-09-2016 at 12:17 PM
According to the Swedish importer that yeast is the same as their old M07 British yeast, so you
might want to look for info on that.
Posted in thread: New Mangrove Jack's strains? on 04-08-2016 at 09:03 PM
I am about to brew a porter with a planned OG at 1.052 and M36 Liberty Bell will be
pitched.Should I use one or two packages? I will ferment at around 20 C.If it is a five gallon
batch I would say two...
Posted in thread: Recipe critique Belgian Dubbel on 03-17-2016 at 06:03 AM
The simple answer is that the torrified wheat is for head retention, something I often have a
bit of a problem with. I might omit it.
Posted in thread: Recipe critique Belgian Dubbel on 03-16-2016 at 11:25 PM
What do you people think about this recipe? I want a dubbel that's fairly heavy on the dried
fruit flavors, and I won't mind if it's a bit sweet. I want to keep the recipe relatively
simple, in the sp...
Posted in thread: New Mangrove Jack's strains? on 02-18-2016 at 02:31 PM
The commercial description of some of these yeasts sounds a lot to me like certain liquid
strains. The Californian Lager quite obviously reminds me of Anchor's yeast, the change of name
from Belgian A...
Posted in thread: New Mangrove Jack's strains? on 02-18-2016 at 01:26 AM
Some of the strains are new, and (at least according to the Swedish importer) some are simply
renamed.M27 Belgian Ale- M29 French Saison M07 British Ale- M42 New World Strong AleM79 Burton
Union- M36 ...
Posted in thread: Red X Malt on 02-10-2016 at 02:38 PM
I just brewed a SMASH with it, using WLP029.OG 1.051 --> FG 1.019.A bit scared honestly. It
accidentally fermented a little too cold (+- 60F, probably a bit below), thus it might have had
an effect on...
Posted in thread: Revvy's Belgian Blonde (Leffe Clone) on 01-27-2016 at 03:55 PM
Thinking of trying Mangrove Jack's M47 - Belgian Abbey (dry yeast). Does anyone have any
experience or should I stay with the liquid?Or if anyone can recommend any of the other dry
Abbey yeasts?I am v...
Posted in thread: Pitching rate for lager with dry yeast on 09-12-2015 at 06:12 PM
I am planning my first lager using dry yeast (w34/70), and I'm wondering how much yeast to use.
I usually use the pitching rate calculator at Brewer's friend. The thing is that they calculate
with a y...
Posted in thread: Recipe critique southern brown ale on 08-24-2015 at 04:27 PM
I have calculated with 65% apparent attenuation. In one thread about the Mangrove Jack's yeasts
someome reported getting 66% AA with this yeast when mashing at 149 f, so that will probably be
what I w...