Anyone use this yeast or the Wyeast California Lager yeast for anything other than the California Common style. I'm just about to rack that off the yeastcake and am thinking I should do something with the yeast.
I'm mostly curious as to whether or not it would actually make a good lager that is still fermented around 60-64*.
i've heard of people doing some stouts with it. i haven't tried it personally though
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