(M)Oktoberfest – Brewing an Oktoberfest Ale with Wyeast 1007

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    I've done lagers fermented at 18c with 34/70 another option glad you had success.
     
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    Thanks! It's definitely something I'm going to try again.
     
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    I did one with S-04 English yeast. It was okay, but it really wasn't as clean and ester-free as I would have liked.
     
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    I thought a California Common lager yeast was a little higher fermenting temperature? I thought i read that somewhere, but i could be mistaken. You could also do a lagered ale as well.

    sorry, im a little late to the party on this thread!
     
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    Kolsch yeast has a wide fermentation range and I've had good luck with it. Wyeast 2565 is a good choice for many different styles. It might be another good option.
     

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