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Al B
08/07/07 02:49 PM  
Brewtek yeast
In "Brew like a Monk" these 2 Brewtek yeast strains had the best sensory profile and lowest fusels from one panel. Has anyone used these and how did it fare?

CL300 Belgian Ale I

75-77% apparent attenuation medium-high flocculation 66-72F fermentation range

True, classic Belgian character.

Robust, estery with big clove and fruit notes.

Ferments high-gravity worts well.

Excellent for all-purpose Belgian ale brewing.

CL320 Belgian Ale II

74-76% apparent attenuation medium flocculation 66-72F fermentation range

Traditional trappist for dubbel and trippel ales.

Gives a complex, dry, fruity and estery malt profile.

Expect strong fermentation and attenuation.

shane
08/08/07 01:58 PM  
Re: Brewtek yeast
i've used CL300 to make tripels several times. it attenuated very well, i'd have to go back to my notes, but i believe i got > 85% each time with a 1.080 wort. flavor profile was pretty dang close to the wyeast 3787 IMO, so i haven't bothered to streak any more out in a few years.
Al B
08/09/07 11:18 AM  
Re: Brewtek yeast
Thanks. Nice to know that its close to 3787.
 
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