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For questions related to warm fermentation of beer with yeast comfortable near room temperature (i.e. ale yeast).

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higher temperature profile than standard lager yeasts. I do not consider WY2112 a lager yeast, but there it is. WLP001 is White Labs California Common yeast, considered by them to be an ale yeast …
answered Mar 30 '11 by TinCoyote
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Common Beer by the BJCP. Kolsch beers use a cold period similar to lagering, but they use ale yeasts and are categorized as a Light Hybrid Beer, Kolsch by the BJCP. Rogue can claim anything they want … . They use an ale yeast and don't lager the beer. That's marketing by Rogue, not definitions. The BJCP has a comprehensive listing of beer styles. …
answered Feb 18 '10 by TinCoyote
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WLP001 This yeast is famous for its clean flavors, balance and ability to be used in almost any style ale. It accentuates the hop flavors and is extremely versatile. Attenuation: 73-80% Flocculation … WLP051 myself, so I can't comment. There are a bunch of user reviews of it and its characteristics on White Lab's site. I don't know what happened to California Ale II, III, and IV, but it's …
answered Feb 8 '10 by TinCoyote
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You are doing absolutely nothing wrong. Many people are far too quick to drink their precious homebrew and most beers benefit a lot from aging. A few months for ales and simple lagers. Beers with a …
answered Jan 10 '11 by TinCoyote