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John C.
10/20/07 04:00 PM  
Inglemunster Yeast - WY3822

I am preparing to make a Strong Dark Ale with the "Dutch Castle" yeast but would like to hear any suggestions or experiences with this yeast. My goal is to craft something similar to the Kasteel Dark/Charles Quint beers--amber color, nutty-spice nose, rich body, and a sweet-tart finish.

SAH
10/20/07 04:52 PM  
Re: Inglemunster Yeast - WY3822
I have only used this yeast once for the primary fermentation of a sour brown that is still fermenting with the roeselare blend added to secondary. I may have mashed too low, but I don't think so, the beer was very dry and was not very malty. There was a slighty tart finish. Others may chime in, but if you want a "rich body" I might mash higher than normal(for the recipe or style) or try another yeast.
Ross
10/20/07 08:03 PM  
Re: Inglemunster Yeast - WY3822
I think this yeast actually makes a really good saison. This yeast goes very well with Saaz hops. Continues to produce CO2 at the end of fermentation similar to 3726.
 
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