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Old 02-24-2008, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default Belgian Dry Yeast

Has anybody tried the Safbrew 33 dry yeast that is supposed to be good for belgians before? I want to try some liquid yeasts, but the idea of a started and having to plan 3 days in advance can sometimes be challenging. If its no good, i will defintely use one of the good belgian yeasts. Thanks!

Jason

PS I am planning on brewing a tripel or a dubbel, but will also eventually brew a wit.


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