i've seen that list before. it's very incomplete and i know for a fact the anchor liberty uses an ale yeast. all their beers use the exact same ale yeast (except the steam beer, which uses a lager yeast that works well at 60F)
i've heard that unibroue uses a different yeast for bottle conditioning but that it still works well for belgian-style brews. that's the only one i've really wanted to try.
there are so many yeasts available out there...you may wish to use chart to just purchase the similar strain: http://www.mrmalty.com/yeast.htm
not dissing yeast harvesting at all, just think it's a good link