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M44 West Coast Ale Yeast

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4 months 3 weeks ago #2506 by Beef
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Hey, I have a Pale in the fermentasuarus, 11 days, I've never used this yeast, It has been at 1.025G for 3 days, maybe longer, never done this recipe, Smells and taste is Great, what do ya reckon, Im not in a hurry but would love to cleanup and put another one down, This brew is going in a corny keg asap, with 75g dextrose, to carb, Thoughts?

1 x 1.7kg Coopers Series Bootmaker Pale Ale
• 1 x 1.5kg Coopers Light Malt Extract
• 1 x 250g Light Dried Malt Extract (LDME)
• 1 x 150g Cracked Crystal Grain (steeped)
• 1 x 25g Mosaic Pelleted Hops (steeped)
• 1 x 25g Mosaic Pelleted Hops (dry hopped)
• 1 x 10g M44 US West Coast Ale Yeast

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4 months 3 weeks ago #2507 by Gash
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Gday mate, it is odd for it to stop at 1.025. hmmm thats pretty high. is it possible you're using a refractometer to take that reading?

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4 months 3 weeks ago #2508 by Gash
Gash replied the topic: M44 West Coast Ale Yeast
Gday mate, it is odd for it to stop at 1.025. hmmm thats pretty high. is it possible you're using a refractometer to take that reading?

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 15 Nov - 14:52

Bottled my Scottish ale and all went very well, washed 2 jars of yeast and that looks good too. Brew day tomorrow just preparing the liquor now. Was a bit worried about doing the yeast thing again but decided to get back on the pony and move forward. :D

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 7 Nov - 07:59

Hi Paul, Ive posted a new post topic about Mauribrew yeast but seems to be Lager, Wheat and Engish style. :D

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Mon 6 Nov - 11:50

Hi Paul, a quick google tells me that its a bakers yeast. I honestly dont know if its suitable for brewing or what strain. Will try and find out, good question though, cheers. :D

Paul's Avatar Paul - Mon 6 Nov - 02:40

Have you ever used Mauri yeast? Is it like an English or American ale yeast?

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Fri 3 Nov - 08:29

Brewing my Scottish ale today. Cheers :D

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