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Old 12-07-2012, 06:13 PM   #11
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Old 12-07-2012, 06:17 PM   #12
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Iīll stay away from s-33 along with s-23 itīs probably the worst dry yeast that I ever came across.


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Old 12-07-2012, 06:38 PM   #13
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Iīll stay away from s-33 along with s-23 itīs probably the worst dry yeast that I ever came across.
What made them so bad? Just curious?
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Old 12-07-2012, 06:41 PM   #14
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What made them so bad? Just curious?
Doesnīt attenuate well, takes forever to flocc, itīs slow and lazy, donīt like the esters too much. It was just frustrating the worst two beer that I made were with s-33
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Doesnīt attenuate well, takes forever to flocc, itīs slow and lazy, donīt like the esters too much. It was just frustrating the worst two beer that I made were with s-33
The last time I used it, I rehydrated it and it worked great.
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The last time I used it, I rehydrated it and it worked great.
I always do and also I take care of pitching the rigth amount of yeast but this strain is frustating for me
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Safale US-05 works for me at 70-75. No off flavors.
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I always do and also I take care of pitching the rigth amount of yeast but this strain is frustating for me
Nott had a problem with nottingham either.
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Notty itīs fine a workhorse like us-05 i like s-04 too floccs nicely.
But I think Iīm done with dry yeast. I keep a backup just in case.
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s-33 does not floc well which is one of the reasons it works well in a wit. It has a bit lower attenuation than 05 but attenuates well. It is also a beast. Perhaps the most violent fermentation I have ever seen have been with this yeast.


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