"Cream Ale Blend Review"
By: Steve | Date: Jun 6, 2016 | Beer(s) Brewed: Cream Ale
I made a 10 gallon batch of Cream Ale that included 4 pounds of flaked rice. I pitched the Cream ale blend Yeast in one carboy and Bry-97 dry yeast in the other. I honestly prefer the Bry-97 yeast. The Cream Ale Blend throws a lot of sulphur and has some estery qualities that I did not care for.
"" ... easy drinkable pale ale""
By: Niels kiens | Date: Jun 28, 2013 | Beer(s) Brewed: pale ale
Thanks guys and girls from white lab for making the fine blend. its perfect for my easy drinkable pale ale. good job well done. Cheers from Denmark.
"For an Ale brewer, this is as close to a lager as I get!"
By: Mike B | Date: Apr 13, 2013 | Beer(s) Brewed: Cream Ale, Kolsch, IPA, Pale Ale
I have used this yeast a half dozen times and it's great! Crisp lager like flavors, perfect for a Cream Ale or Kolsch like hybrid beer. I would watch your fermentation temperature on this one, but then again my Cream Ales tend to be pretty simple, so hops won't mask any heat spikes. I have also brewed an IPA and Pale Ale with it and it makes for an interesting summer beer.