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Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by xayz110, Mar 14, 2019.
Is there any information or article on brewing beer with wine yeast?
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.
Other than higher alcohol tolerance, good question. Exbeerament?
I've tried it, just one type EC-1118 and it was a dumper, tasted like wine so that was a short experiment
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.
I have already downloaded！thanks
It is said to produce a wonderful aroma，i want to try
How about the aroma?
Certain styles might be interesting. "Brut" IPA comes to mind. Something light and hoppy done with Champagne yeast might lead to an interesting quencher.
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