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Old 10-13-2007, 05:40 AM   #1
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Default London Ale Yeast

Howdy folks,

I have been using the white labs yeasts exclusively for the past few years with mostly good results. Although, I have now had to seperate batches go south on me when I have used the London Ale yeast. Has anyone else had any problems with that strain? Just curious, thanks.


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Old 10-23-2007, 02:31 AM   #2
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Unless something "happened" to your yeast before you used, it should be fine. I have an empty vial here from a batch of English style ale, and it came out just fine. What do you mean "went south"? what happened?
I do always make a starter- boil about 2 gms malt extract in 600 ml water, add yeast when cool. Thats it. 18 hours later, pitch. Fair bubbling 2-3 days (same as every recipe I make). Tasted just fine, very popular with my friends.
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