Originally Posted by MikeFallopian
Interesting - others on here have recommended using S-33 for a Wit, despite it being the old EDME strain. What would you recommend doing with this yeast then?
I also have some T-58 lying around, which others have recommended using for a Belgian Ale. What are your thoughts on that yeast?
I'd recommend throwing it in the trash. It isn't great yeast. The only time I had it where it was passable was a cream ale. And I cannot believe others have said it is a Belgian yeast. I guess advice is just that. Ive actually used it and I'm very skeptical of others who say they have and it resembled anything close to a wit yeast. T-58 is indeed more Belgian. And I've not used that, I've tasted beers with it both commercially and homebrew, and I thought it was good. But I won't give any advice on that since I've personally not used it.
Kegged: Millenium Galaxy IPA, German Pilsner. Apricot Blonde Ale, ACE Witbier, ACE American Wheat.
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