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Clibit

As in it drops out too quickly? Sounds like a good one to try, though I only bottle.


Sedimentation properties
Diamond displays a medium flocculation rate. Settling will eventually occur at cold temperatures (1-3°C / 34-37°F).
Bottle conditioning
Diamond is not recommended for bottle conditioning.

Looks like an old catalogue, worth a quick browse.

http://www.savasalus.lt/images/mieles/lallemand_catalog.pdf
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Hops_and_Dreams
Clibit wrote:


Sedimentation properties
Diamond displays a medium flocculation rate. Settling will eventually occur at cold temperatures (1-3°C / 34-37°F).
Bottle conditioning
Diamond is not recommended for bottle conditioning.

Looks like an old catalogue, worth a quick browse.

Fair dos. Only looked at the geterbrewed link and it says it has high flocc.
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Clibit

Fair dos. Only looked at the geterbrewed link and it says it has high flocc.


A lot of brewers seem to like it. Worth a try I'm sure. Denny Conn said it's his favourite dry lager yeast on a forum over t'pond.
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Tigermoth
I have used Diamond before and found no problems with it in fact I am looking at making a lager with it shortly as the weather here is cooling down a bit, just right for lager production.
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