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Old 12-01-2012, 12:37 PM   #721
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Well I gave it a shot with the 1028 Londa Ale yeast. Scaled down for my first small 1.5G batch. Came out to an OG of 1.064.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:34 PM   #722
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Has anyone used the harvested Bell's yeast for anything else?
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Old 12-04-2012, 09:25 PM   #723
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Has anyone used the harvested Bell's yeast for anything else?
I've used it in an American raspberry wheat and it was delicious.
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:12 PM   #724
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Cultured from Bells Amber,
made - decanted a 6 qt. starter into 2HA clone - havested
Used for an Oberon clone. Perfect.

I have another Oberon clone fermenting now with Wyeast 1272. I hear from a good source (IMO) that this is the Bells house yeast - so I thought I would give it a try - I may harvest and brew another 2HA clone over xmas.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:49 PM   #725
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I use it in many different brews. Used it in an Irish ale, St Paul Porter, huge RIS (1.102), 2 APA's, and 2 2H clones. The only one where it wasn't great was the Irish Red. Tasted okay but lacked the tad of diacetyl that I sometimes like in this style. I'm planning another 3-5 brew series with it, just haven't picked the order yet.
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Interesting... I might have to come up with something to make, check inventory, and see what else I need before brew club tonight.
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I've used it in an American raspberry wheat and it was delicious.
This sounds interesting. I made a Strawberry Wheat last summer that was absolutely delicious that I used Wyeast 1010 in. I just got done harvesting from a sixer of Bells Amber and it is fermenting in an Oberon clone I just brewed last night. I'm planning on cleaning the yeast when it's done and I might have to try to use Bells yeast in my Strawberry Wheat for a change!

I am planning on using Bells yeast the next time I make this Two Hearted clone as well!
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Has anyone used RO water and created a profile for this brew? If so, I was just wondering what you added and how it tasted. Thanks!
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Served up the Two Hearted at brew club tonight. It was a big hit! Poured crystal clear and tasted great! I grabbed a pound of centennial before I left the shop to make more!
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Has anyone used RO water and created a profile for this brew? If so, I was just wondering what you added and how it tasted. Thanks!
+1 I just got an RO filter and have been following the Primer on here but would like to know what else might be done.
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