From the HBD Archive
From: cm@moscom.com (Tom Maszerowski)
Subject: Dry yeast recommendations
Date: 1992-06-29 12:45:47 GMT

I was in my one of my local homebrew outlets (Maier's in Webster, NY) this
weekend looking for nothing in particular when I happened to notice that the
yeast selection was terrible. Maier's at one time was a distributor of MeV
(sp?) liquid cultures but since they have stopped production Maier's no longer
has any liquid yeast. I have used Whitbread dry yeast in the past with
excellent results but now I hear that it is no longer being produced. I prefer
to use dry yeasts because my brewing schedule is at best haphazard, I usually
can't plan more than a day ahead. My question is: is there a good, generally
clean ale yeast available in dry form or will I be forced to go to Wyeast?

Tom
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