Originally Posted by SethMasterFlex
In that case, anyone ever use WLP007 for a dIPA? The reviews I've read say it's a great attenuator/flocculator without being too fruity and really let's the hop character shine.
The brewer at one of our local brewpubs, Uncle Billy's, loves 007. He's got some good big hoppy beers so I'd say you're probably good to go with it.
If you really wanted to make it interesting I've had good luck with WLP530 on a DIPA and thought Wyeast 3711 French Saison really brought the fruity hop flavors out of a recent 9.2% beer using a tripel recipe and a lot of Citra & Nelson Sauvin. Both yeasts are beasts and you'll have no worries about stalling out. Just a thought.