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Old 09-28-2009, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Yeast for stout

I'm gonna make 10 gallons of this.


I made 5 gallons back in may with Nottingham and it turned out great... FG was 1.013. For the 10 gallons I was going to use Notty on 5 and try another yeast on the other 5. I have some WLP002 English Ale yeast that I washed in the fridge and was wondering if that would be an 'OK' stout yeast? Anyone made a stout with it?


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Yes, I used it in a stout a year ago and it was good, not as highly attenuating as the Nottingham, it should be an interesting comparison.
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