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From: <BROWN%MSUKBS.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: liquid yeast sources, more on mead
Date: 1989-03-24 20:57:00 GMT

Having taken the leap to all-grain brewing (for the most part) and
appreciated the improvement, I'm now ready to switch over to liquid yeast
cultures. I ordered 3 different yeasts from a Canadian lab (the nearest to
me) over 4 weeks ago and have yet to receive anything! I believe the company
is called 'MeC', or something similar (I'm at work). Has anyone out there
dealt with this company?

I notice that several regular contributors use liquid yeasts. What are your
experiences with what appears to be a growing number of liquid yeast
suppliers? What strains are you most satisfied with (I realize this is
largely a matter of taste, but I'll ask anyway)?

Thanks to everyone who responded to my questions about mead and pH. If there
are any mead-makers in the lower Michigan, Chicago-Indiana area, I'd be
interested in swapping tastes to get an idea of whether my initial attempts
are in the direction, etc. Who's out there?

Jackie Brown (via bitnet: BROWN@MSUKBS)

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