With all the hot weather we have been having in my part of the world recently, what would be the best yeast to use for fermenting beer at (say) 20C or 22C. Obviously I am not making a lager - but aim to produce an IPA or a English bitter session beer. Does anyone have experience of or comment on higher temp fermentations?
I'm eager to try this yeast. It's rumored to be as clean as california ale while fermenting in the 90's
Well, 20°C to 22°C is not that high, if you look at this link you will see that almost all of them can do it.
The highest temperature in the list is: Wyeast 3724 (Belgian Saison) — 70-95 °F (21-35 °C)