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Old 03-12-2010, 07:20 PM   #11
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Thanks for the helpful comments bro. I'm familiar with toasting my own malt, did it with great ease and success on my IIPA a couple months ago.

Any suggestions on a WLP equivalent to Thames Valley? I don't have good access to Wyeast in my area.
Burton Ale is supposedly the same strain though it tastes a bit different to me. I actually like it better than the Thames Valley though so I'd definitely go for that one. I have the opposite situation here, both brewstores only carry wyeast so I've gotta order white labs whenever I need it.
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Old 02-21-2015, 12:49 AM   #12
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Burton Ale is supposedly the same strain though it tastes a bit different to me. I actually like it better than the Thames Valley though so I'd definitely go for that one. I have the opposite situation here, both brewstores only carry wyeast so I've gotta order white labs whenever I need it.
Should be happy that you have a brew store near you.
I have to order everything on the internet.

 
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