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From: microsoft!jamesb@uunet.uu.net
Subject: Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout
Date: 1989-11-29 15:59:42 GMT

Does anyone out there know of a recipe which will emulate with reasonable
accuracy the Oatmeal Stout made by Samuel Smith?? Myself and the Mrs. were
quite impressed with this sample and would like to try our own.

Another item concerning Yeasts...
With all the different varieties of yeast available, German, British, etc how
do I know where to start and what will go best with whatever?? I was reading a
Vegitarian Mag the other day, an article touting the wonderful benefits of
Brewers yeast in your diet. The article mentioned a brewers yeast available at
health food stores which is cultured without the characteristic malts and
grains and thus tastes "Good".
My question is..... Will this work to build a better brew?
Having no so called characteristic to style, what flavor or
style if you will, would this yeast impart to a beer?

I think that I will have to track some of this down and do a side by side
comparison brew.

I will mail the results naturally.

Jim Broglio
Microsoft

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