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Crossmyloof Brewery Dry Yeast

Postby DaveGillespie » Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:20 pm

I believe there was a thread on this before that had to be removed, but let's try again.

Is anyone else using this? There is a decent range (Kolsch, US Ale, Real ale, Belgian etc) very competitively priced. I'm going to give the Kolsch, Us ale and Real Ale a shot.
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Re: Crossmyloof Brewery Dry Yeast

Postby alexlark » Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:56 pm

I've bought some of the US Ale to give it a go. Worth a shot at that price. Not used it yet though. I've only used US-05 for my hoppy IPAs until now.
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Re: Crossmyloof Brewery Dry Yeast

Postby Hanglow » Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:16 pm

Interested in this, mainly the Kolsch - let us know how it goes
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Re: Crossmyloof Brewery Dry Yeast

Postby Stesmi2 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:41 pm

I went direct to them for a 10% discount and the US Pale worked out a treat. A quick fermenting clean/dry yeast and almost comparable to US05 in my book. I got the yeast strain classification sheet from another forum where reviews of all their yeasts are pretty positive. I'll try to attach it here
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Re: Crossmyloof Brewery Dry Yeast

Postby Stewb » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:36 pm

Just used the us pale and California common, both conditioning at the moment. Attenuation seems to have been good and having rehydrating as suggested on the packet they took off like a rocket.

For something like the us pale, if using a recipe where you want the hops to sing then i don't think you can go too far wrong.

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