Originally Posted by Schumed
I think looks great with the revised hop schedule....a little vienna and munich goes along way in an ipa....I use a similar grist in my award winning ipa
Interested to see what the thames valley yeast does with this...I've always used good ole US-05 and I really like the new DRY-97 West Coast Ale dry yeast
Awesome - thanks for the feedback.
The Thames Valley yeast has been really good so far. I've brewed two bitters and a brown ale with it so far and the brown ale in particular is magic. I've generally tried to avoid liquid yeast because they're so expensive out here!! I've always used S-04 or US-05, but the last couple of brews I've done with US-05 just haven't fermented right. Interestingly, a friend of mine has had the same issue with the last couple of brews he's used it on too...we don't have DRY-97 here.
Now that I've started harvesting, liquid yeast is much more affordable!