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Yeasts
« Gepost op: 22-03-2010 19:10 u »
Dears Friends,

I have a doubt, in Brazil not find ferments brand "Wyeast". Because it is liquid, the government does not allow their entry in Brazil.
The yeasts used in the Netherlands are liquid?

Can you indicate stores or manufacturers to contact and I can buy here in Brazil? I import.

Thank you, Wamser

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 19:47 u »
For some of the Wyeast strains there are dry equivalents from Fermentis. here is a list of what is known:

Safale US05 - Wyeast 1056
Saflager W34/70 - Wyeast Bohemian lager
Safale S04 - Wyeast 1098 or 1099
Safale K97 - Wyeast 1007 (not 100% sure) *
Safbrew WB06 - possibly Wyeast 3068

the rest of their yeasts is of unknown origin or no known liquid equivalent:
Safbrew T58
Safbrew S33
Saflager S23 (from VLB-Berlin)
Saflager 189 (from Hurlimann) *

Other dry yeasts are:
Danstar Nottingham
Danstar Windsor
Danstar Munich
(all 3 from Lallemand)

Brewferm Top
Brewferm Lager
Brewferm Blanche

Cooper's Ale yeast
Muntons Ale yeast

yeasts marked with an * are only sold in a minimum volume of 500g

The other/liquid yeasts used in the netherlands (amongst homebrewers) are mainly from Wyeast as white labs (also liquid) is not readilly available here.

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 20:09 u »
For some of the Wyeast strains there are dry equivalents from Fermentis. here is a list of what is known:

Safale US05 - Wyeast 1056
Saflager W34/70 - Wyeast Bohemian lager
Safale S04 - Wyeast 1098 or 1099
Safale K97 - Wyeast 1007 (not 100% sure) *
Safbrew WB06 - possibly Wyeast 3068

the rest of their yeasts is of unknown origin or no known liquid equivalent:
Safbrew T58
Safbrew S33
Saflager S23 (from VLB-Berlin)
Saflager 189 (from Hurlimann) *

Other dry yeasts are:
Danstar Nottingham
Danstar Windsor
Danstar Munich
(all 3 from Lallemand)

Brewferm Top
Brewferm Lager
Brewferm Blanche

Cooper's Ale yeast
Muntons Ale yeast

yeasts marked with an * are only sold in a minimum volume of 500g

The other/liquid yeasts used in the netherlands (amongst homebrewers) are mainly from Wyeast as white labs (also liquid) is not readilly available here.

Some type of yeast is used more frequency in the Netherlands?

In the recipe (http://hobbybrouwen.nl/recepten.html) I have a doubt: the yeast can change the flavor? Because I would to make the same beer, here in Brasil.

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 20:25 u »
Frequent used yeasts are from trappist breweries, but these dry yeasts are also used to some extend.
Here are many fine recipes:
http://www.hobbybrouwen.nl/forum/index.php/board,5.0.html
In every recipe the used yeast is statet.

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 20:39 u »
Frequent used yeasts are from trappist breweries, but these dry yeasts are also used to some extend.
Here are many fine recipes:
http://www.hobbybrouwen.nl/forum/index.php/board,5.0.html
In every recipe the used yeast is statet.

I do not understand "statet "..." In every recipe is the yeast used statet."

If I pay you send me trappist breweries and other yeasts?

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 20:48 u »
If I pay you send me trappist breweries and other yeasts?

Try to order you're yeast here : http://www.wyeastlab.com/ or here http://www.whitelabs.com/

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 21:00 u »
Hi Wamser,

Why don't you try at one of the smaller breweries, there are 80 smaller and indenpendent craft brewers present in Brazil. You can read about this here: http://www.cervejariacolorado.com.br/noticias.php?id=195

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #7 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 21:28 u »
Hi Wamser,

Why don't you try at one of the smaller breweries, there are 80 smaller and indenpendent craft brewers present in Brazil. You can read about this here: http://www.cervejariacolorado.com.br/noticias.php?id=195

Herman,
I was visiting your site right now ...Glad you're here! you are in Brazil?

Well, here is difficult ... everyone has many difficulties to get supplies.

I try to get information in this forum and others, because in Brazil the culture of good beer is starting.

I found a recipe that calls its "yeast from Chimay bottle". Belgian Dubbel.rec
I find this yeast in the bottle alive?

Thanks, Wamser

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #8 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 21:33 u »
Glad you're here! you are in Brazil?

 ;D ;D No

I find this yeast in the bottle alive?

If you're lucky it's alive and kicking.... :gistsmile:

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #9 Gepost op: 22-03-2010 21:47 u »
;D ;D No

If you're lucky it's alive and kicking.... :gistsmile:

so I can get yeast chimmay?
here in Brazil it is called propagation of yeast ...
or cultivation

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #10 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 18:32 u »
Frequent used yeasts are from trappist breweries, but these dry yeasts are also used to some extend.
Here are many fine recipes:
http://www.hobbybrouwen.nl/forum/index.php/board,5.0.html
In every recipe the used yeast is statet.

RobinB,

What is the best trappist breweries to "resurrect" the yeast?
or more used in the Netherlands?

Thanks Wamser

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #11 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 20:14 u »
Westmalle is an easy yeast to cultivate from the bottle.
I even made a good beer whith wine yeast from grapes.

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #12 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 20:43 u »
Tell me if my concern is just.
A good beer, depends on good ingredients and good yeast ... ...

understand my concern ...?

I will try to cultivate yeast some beers (Nederland’s, trappist, german wheat beer)   we have in Brazil.

Indicate for me the best and I look here.

Thanks Wamser

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #13 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 21:19 u »
Hopmans is correct, Westmalle is a good beer to culivate/propagate from.
Also yeast can be cultivated from Chimay, Rochefort, La Trappe, Duvel and Chouffe.
All good yeasts, but it depends on what you can buy in Brazil of course...

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #14 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 21:34 u »
Hopmans is correct, Westmalle is a good beer to culivate/propagate from.
Also yeast can be cultivated from Chimay, Rochefort, La Trappe, Duvel and Chouffe.
All good yeasts, but it depends on what you can buy in Brazil of course...

I will to buy the beer launched.

When drinking leave the bottom of the bottle a leftover beer and add a solution
with boiled water and sugar leave at room temperature (20ºC).
I will start to bubble out of the claws and put the yeast in a suitable location.

Then I will calculate when I need of yeast to ferment 20 liters.

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Re: Yeasts
« Reactie #15 Gepost op: 23-03-2010 22:06 u »

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