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RyanJacob
post Dec 30 2006, 03:04 PM
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I agree that Munton's Gold is an excellent yeast. I was lucky enough to use it for my first few home brews, and I have yet to brew a style that would require me to change my yeast selection for any reason. I am glad to hear I made a good choice (lucky choice) right off the bat!
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post May 30 2007, 06:24 AM
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my oat stout and a recent amber i did both turned out great with muntons gold ..... nice flavor profile ... the amber is so malty and tasty .. too bad i only have 3 gal of this stuff... the other 3gal i blended and added a different yeast ... i wonder if that will be as good

2 thumbs up for muntons

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BrewMax
post Mar 28 2008, 09:56 PM
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I've used Nottingham and Windsor with good results. I've not used Munton's Gold yet, but I intend to. My favorite dry yeast to date is Saflager S-23. It's incredibly clean and settles down hard to leave your light beer bright and crisp. Works great in Bocks too.
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darkfest
post Jun 12 2008, 10:19 PM
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Brewed an Irish Ale Wed and it has took off great. My boil measured just under 5 gal. but, it fill the carboy up... a bit too much and it has foam getting pretty close to the airlock. I'll be using more of the Gold. So far its working very well. Time will tell before the finished product gets evaluated.
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