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From: ncrcae!brew@devine.ColumbiaSC.NCR.COM (Jim Griggers)
Subject: Wyeast terminology - Now I'm confused
Date: 1992-03-18 00:02:07 GMT

TSAMSEL@ISDRES.ER.USGS.GOV writes:

>Subject: Wyeast European Ale
>
>[...] Also the second pitch with the European ale is much faster. [...]
>
>I've had the same experience with the Wyeast ALT.
>Ted

No strain numbers were used, so I am a little bit confused. Wyeast #1338
is listed as a European Ale yeast (on the package), and it is my
understanding that it is a German Alt yeast by looking at the Alternative
Beverage catalog.

Maybe, Ted, you had another yeast in mind other that #1338 when you said
"European"?

Jim Griggers
brew@devine.ColumbiaSC.NCR.COM
408 Timber Ridge Dr.
West Columbia, SC 29169


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