I've not used any of the above bar the M15 Empire , and my thoughts are well known on the subject, strong fruity ester profile with high attenuation in my experience. Other MJ Yeasts I have used tho :
M02 Cider - Clean, fast fermenter, gave a nice clean apple flavour and attenuates well but not quite to full dryness, 1.002-1.006 most common IMO - this leaves a small amount of residual sweetness to the brewM31 Belgian Triple - Clean belgian charecter, 70:30 balance in favour of phenolic spice in my experience, suits the Belgian brown Ale I used it for (but would not be so good in a blonde as I prefer esters) fermented @ 22 degrees - profile may shift if pushed at a higher temp tho. 72% Attenuation in a 7% abv brew. Floculates well with time, but its not a stone dropper.
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