Lallemand New England dry yeast

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  1. Chris Stevens

    Chris Stevens New Member

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    Hi all,

    Has anybody used this yet? I've got 25g of the stuff ready to use for a NEIPA but not heard much since it's so new.

    Cheers!

    Chris
     
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    Then looks like you're the trailblazer! Let us know how it comes out.
     
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    Thanks, will do!
     
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    I know https://www.geterbrewed.com/ sells it in 25 gr packs, but they do not send where I live.

    The new New England dry yeast has been used by many breweries, including Cloudwater and Verdant and they make delicious beer. From Lallemands description it sounds like it's a bit slow compared with an English strain, although " Conan " is supposedly English, so... a mutation in any case.
     
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    Yep that's where I got it. They are based in Ireland I believe.

    It came in an unbranded vacuum pack, so I think they are buying a big 500g pack and splitting it up.

    Interesting info re Conan, will definitely keep you guys up to date on how it works out!

    Cheers

    Chris
     

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