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Old 08-13-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default Scottish Ale at warmer temp with US-05?

Hello,
I love me some Scottish ales, and want to brew one to have as a nice winter beer, but I don't have the ability to keep the fermentation temperatures at the levels typically required for Scottish Ale yeasts.

So my question is, can I make a Scottish ale-style beer at warmer temperatures with a different yeast, but still having that beautiful, smooth Scottish character, a la what BierMuncher did for his OktoberFAST Ale?

Thanks in advance!


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