Has anybody tried the Lalbrew Belgian Wit yeast or the one by Mangrove Jack? Or any other dry yeast? I love WLP400 and Wyeast 3944, but if these are the Hoegaarden strain I am trying to keep fewer liquid strains around.
Isn't the new LalBrew Wit the old "Munich" re-branded?The following are all good witbier yeasts, in no particular order:
Lallemand "Munich" ("regular", NOT "Classic")
Mangrove Jack M21
And if you don't mind it finishing very dry at 1.002, you could also try Lallemand Belle Saison, would work nicely in a wit.
The following would also make pretty good substitutes if you couldn't get the ones above, but lack the black pepper character of the others:
Mangrove Jack M47