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    Dry Lutra


    https://omegayeast.com/yeast/kveiks/dried-lutra-kveik

    Looks like the yanks are getting some nice new yeast options

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jitters View Post
    https://omegayeast.com/yeast/kveiks/dried-lutra-kveik

    Looks like the yanks are getting some nice new yeast options
    I have always wanted to try Lutra, seen so many brewers who liked it on Youtube.

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    Sounds like my kind of kveik
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    Yeah marketed specifically for pseudo-lagers and pilsners? That looks like the business!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    Yeah marketed specifically for pseudo-lagers and pilsners? That looks like the business!

    I think it's basically the only yeast Jigs and Dewald uses. same one right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jitters View Post
    I think it's basically the only yeast Jigs and Dewald uses. same one right?
    They use Oslo, but yeah basically sounds the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    Yeah marketed specifically for pseudo-lagers and pilsners? That looks like the business!

    Oslo is marked the same, curious to see how this would compare though

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    Oslo is just such a clean yeast when fermented at 25C, can't imagine having to test something else that will do the same job..

    That being said, the Pilsner I recently made with LC077 is really crisp and refreshing, something the Oslo cannot do. It's either 2 1/2 weeks fermenting with LC077 or 7 days with Oslo, the only difference is how crisp the LC077 makes the beer....I can only think that Lutra will be the same as the Oslo and not give you that 'crispiness' (that is such a kak word, crispiness!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jitters View Post
    I think it's basically the only yeast Jigs and Dewald uses. same one right?

    Im on Oslo at the moment, until im gatvol

    money is tight, so I try to brew as cheap as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewald Posthumus View Post
    Oslo is just such a clean yeast when fermented at 25C, can't imagine having to test something else that will do the same job..

    That being said, the Pilsner I recently made with LC077 is really crisp and refreshing, something the Oslo cannot do. It's either 2 1/2 weeks fermenting with LC077 or 7 days with Oslo, the only difference is how crisp the LC077 makes the beer....I can only think that Lutra will be the same as the Oslo and not give you that 'crispiness' (that is such a kak word, crispiness!)
    May be a crap word, but I think we all know exactly what you mean with it, and that's the reason I spend money on a lager yeast. When doing the effort in making a good lager, I'd much rather spend that extra R60 on lager yeast that'll give me that crisp than end up with a mediocre beer that's not bad, but lacks what I want and like in my lagers.

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