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Old 03-15-2013, 02:47 PM   #1
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Default New yeast!!! Pretty damn excited for this!

http://www.siouxfallsdevelopment.com...cfm?newsID=368

My sister-in-law's little brother and father have started a new yeast company in south Dakota. I just spent a week on vacation with my family and Barry and I talked a lot about this. I gave him my address and he told me there is still a lot of testing to do, but as soon as they have a few strains they really like, I would be first on the list to test their strains on my own beers.

Of course I'm pumped because it's family starting this, but also excited for it to be a Midwest company and hopefully a hell of a lot easier to get super fresh yeast


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Old 03-15-2013, 02:52 PM   #2
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Sweet man. I am looking forward to seeing what they come up with and buying some


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Old 03-15-2013, 03:01 PM   #3
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Very cool, thanks for posting.
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That is great. Can't wait to hear what they come up with.
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That sounds cool. Being from sd i would love to know when they start selling so i can support them. Keep us posted kn their progress
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That sounds cool. Being from sd i would love to know when they start selling so i can support them. Keep us posted kn their progress
Definitely!
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Excellent! Please keep us updated.
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My sister-in-law texted me yesterday to tell me they have a few strains ready and to expect some in the mail. I'll see what I receive and what I'm gonna brew with them
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Cool.



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So I guess things must have been delayed, but I received an email the other day from union labs and they are sending me a a few samples of their American Ale yeast. He said they're selling it in Sioux Falls, SD in a few places for $4. He told me it shouldn't have a problem handling up to 10% (he thinks). My wife is in mpls for a week, so I'm gonna have her grab me Northern Brewers new SMaSH kit, and I'll try some on that. I also have a barleywine I was going to use the yeast cake off my pale ale I have in primary right now, but I think I'll use some of this yeast on it instead.

Results to come!


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