Ok so I havent brewed much in the way of beer [only been at it for a couple years], i brew more wine and cider than anything. For my wines I have cut it down to 2 basic yeasts cot de blanc and d-47. I was wondering is there any ale yeast that is super versitile? I have nottingham laying around a few packages of generic muntons ale yeast. I have used some whitelabs products and wyeast. They seem to be kind of finicky
If it helps I plan to brew mostly irish red, and english pale ale, a porter, a stout, some graff, a couple smash brews, and a few experemental ales to test new [to me] grains and spices. No big beers or ipas.
I was leaning towards notty just due to habit but thought id get input first
P1 Strawberry bannna melomel
p2 mixed berry cyser
p3 lemon ginger melomel
2 gallon fermenting kit is OTW!!!