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Old 10-24-2006, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default Pacman Yeast?

First, is it as good as they say it is?

Second, what type of beers is it suitable to substitute it into? Any ale? or just American ale, etc?

Thanks for the input.

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I've made a Rogue Mocha Porter clone using Nottingham and using Cal V. Comparing those two to the real thang; none of the people tasting could tell the difference. People tell me Pacman makes for fruity & Rogue uses it for most of its ales. I can't tell.

Since the yeast was just released, it's a bit early for people to tell you how their batch turned out. If you wait, it will be all gone.
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