Went to the LHBS for my foreign extra stout ingredients, looking for wlp-013 London ale yeast. They were out of stock and the proprietor helped me choose this 005 strain as an alternative. Now this was my first time brewing this recipe, but stouts are one of my favorite styles and favorite styles to brew. I've brewed stouts of varying strengths with 001, 002, 007 all with good results. But this yeast...unreal stouty flavors. Fantastic rich maltiness that my prior stouts failed to achieve. Beer ended up winning gold in "dark British ales" category in a recent comp, so others liked it as much as I did :) some details on the brew: 1.076 OG to 1.018 FG (75.4% apparent attenuation), mashed at 152. Pitched 2 vials with no starter into 5.5 gals. Used about 1 min of O2, fermented at 67 and ramped to 70 in last third of fermentation. Good stuff!