From the HBD Archive
From: Crawford.WBST129@Xerox.COM
Subject: Re: dry yeasts again
Date: 1989-09-21 12:46:05 GMT

" For fans of dry yeasts: in the latest William's Brewing
"catalog/Newsletter, There is an article by William Moore titled "Dry
"Yeast Revisited.

I have recently decided to try liquid yeast and would be interested in seeing
this catalog. How could I get a copy?

Also, could anyone tell me what effect fermenting at too cold a temp. would
have. The yeast is a liquid german lager and the fermenting temp. is 40
degrees. (This was before I bought my hunter energy monitor). The beer
fermented to completion but there is a strange background flavor I can't put
my finger on. Infection has crossed my mind but I have tried two beers like
this with the same results while my ales fermented at 70 degrees have had no

Greg Crawford

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