brewing beer with wine yeast?

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    Is there any information or article on brewing beer with wine yeast?:p
     
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    Well...I googled "brewing beer with wine yeast" and the first reference is a link to an article entitled "Brewing Beer with Wine Yeast". You could start there. :D :D :D
     
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    Other than higher alcohol tolerance, good question. Exbeerament?
     
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    I've tried it, just one type EC-1118 and it was a dumper, tasted like wine so that was a short experiment
     
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    I suppose there's a reason over the years all these different strains of yeast have been sorted into different brewing categorys for us by our forbearers. ID stick with what they've found works best.
     
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    I have already downloaded!thanks:D
     
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    Try it,hahahaha
     
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    It is said to produce a wonderful aroma,i want to try
     
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    How about the aroma?
     
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    Certain styles might be interesting. "Brut" IPA comes to mind. Something light and hoppy done with Champagne yeast might lead to an interesting quencher.
     
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    I saw this sentence in the article you recommended to me------“In Farmhouse Ales (Brewer’s Publications, 2004), Phil Markowski even theorizes that the Saison Dupont yeast may have mutated from a red wine strain given the similar temperature requirements.”Sounds interesting:D
     
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