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Dry wheat yeast recommendations
« on: April 27, 2017, 06:28:09 AM »
Hi all,
I'm new to the the world of forums. This is my first ever post. Like a lot of new home brewers the internet has been a very handy tool. I've been doing a fair bit of research lately in regards to dry yeasts.
Over the last year or so I've used a few liquid yeasts. Only White Labs though (they're the only liquid yeast my local home brew shop stocks) I'm a big fan of wheat beers and had good results with the WLP 300 strain. But they are relatively expensive and I was wondering if anyone could recommend a dry yeast that could produce similar results to WLP 300(banana phenols). I know that temperature plays a big part but the only dry yeast I've used for wheat beers is WB06 and I really don't like the flavour it imparts at all.
I've read various reports on Mangrove Jacks M20 dry yeast,mostly good. I wonder if anyone has had success with that yeast strain? Or if there another out there anyone would recommend for flavours tending more towards the banana end of the scale?