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    Which yeast do you use for your melomels? Does the yeast really have that big of an effect on the taste later on?

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    I like Red Star Montrachet. People will debate with you all day about which yeat to use or not use. Different yeasts definately impart different flavor characteristcs to the final product.

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    I use the lalvin yeast line myself, D-47 seems to do nicely on melomels so far, still experimenting with others, so i can't say it is the best, ask me in a year couple years

  4. Default Re: Which yeast? has a good description of their various yeasts. I used 3277 Assmannhausen yeast recently for a blackberry melomel. The results were very good, but I don't know how much is attributable to the yeast I used.

    I'd be curious to hear what results others have gotten from the various yeasts offered. Thanks. :P

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    K1V-1116 is a great yeast from Lalvin. It is very fast and will stop consistantly at about 12% alcohol so you can control residual sweetness by the amount of honey at start without excessive alcohol content. 2 1/2 lbs honey per gal will finish out at semi-sweet between 1.006 to 1.009

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