A recipe I'm about to make called for WYeast 1084 Irish Ale yeast but my homebrew store supplies White Labs yeast. Apparently they were out of white labs irish ale yeast (WLP004?) and he said that the White Labs Burton Ale (WLP023) would be a good replacement.
First, was he right? Second, what can using a different kind of yeast do to a recipe in terms of taste? Thanks in advance.
Primary1: Sapphire Hefeweizen
Primary2: Citrennial IPA (Citra and Centennial hops)
Secondary: New Zealand IPA (Nelson, Riwaka, Motueka, and Pacific Gem hops)
Bottled: American Amber, American Pale, Red IPA
Kegged: One Hearted Ale