Trivial Yeast Question

Richard John Brennan brennan at PROBLEM_WITH_INEWS_GATEWAY_FILE
Fri Nov 25 14:34:31 EST 1994


Kevin Morano (ez005528 at rocky.ucdavis.edu) wrote:
: At the risk of starting a long conversation, I think that most ales are 
: brewed with Sacharromyces carlsbergensis, a close relative, and many 
: lagers (what Americans would call "normal" beer) are done with industrial 

 Actually, I think carlsbergenesis is a lager yeast, not an ale yeast, and 
is pretty specific for Carlsberg lager. Each major brewery 'develops' its
own favorite yeast strains for its own beers.

Rich.
brennan at mbcrr.harvard.edu

: Kevin

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